Profile: FSA's Jo Paisley, on data, modelling and the Bank of England


It is a bright and relatively warm February afternoon on London’s Moorgate, home to the new offices of the UK Financial Services Authority (FSA), and a sense of the changing of the seasons is in the air. But not just in the air – it’s also in the lobby, the lifts and the nine part-empty floors of the regulator’s headquarters. The FSA is in the process of moving its bank supervisory team from the financial suburb that is Canary Wharf to be closer to the Bank of England (BoE), which will

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