Transparency Task Force creates advisory board

The diverse board will assist the task force in its mission to instigate a cultural shift in financial services

Trust drive: central aim of the task force is to harness the transformational power of transparency

The Transparency Task Force (TTF) has assembled a 17-member advisory board, which held its inaugural meeting in London on September 25.

The board is chaired by John Howard, a former chairman of the Financial Services Consumer Panel at the Financial Conduct Authority. He is also a presenter on the BBC’s Radio 4. 

“There is a universal shared interest in having a transparent and fair financial services sector that works hard to deliver value for money to consumers, whilst also encouraging

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