The Financial Conduct Authority has appointed three chairmen to its independent Practitioner Panels.
Alison Brittain, group director of retail at Lloyds Banking Group will sit on the FCA Practitioner Panel.
Robert Mass, head of international compliance and global head of securities division compliance at Goldman Sachs will sit on the FCA Markets Practitioner Panel.
Clinton Askew, director at Citywide Financial Partners, will join the FCA Smaller Business Practitioner Panel.
Each appointment is for a term of two years. The appointments come into effect from 1 April 2015.
Ms Brittain, Mr Mass and Mr Askew will succeed Graham Beale, Paul Swann and Andrew Turberville Smith respectively.
John Griffith-Jones, FCA chairman, said: “These appointments ensure that once again the Practitioner Panels will have experienced and respected voices making the case from the industry’s perspective.
“The current regulatory framework depends on the panels being able to play their part and I am sure that the new chairs will continue the excellent work of their predecessors.
“I would like to thank Graham, Paul and Andrew for their contributions over the last two years which oversaw the establishment of the FCA.”