John Tiner is Chief Executive Officer of Resolution. He was previously Chief Executive of the Financial Services Authority (FSA), a position he held between September 2003 and July 2007 when he retired from the role. He had initially joined the FSA in June 2001 as Managing Director of Consumer, Insurance and Investment Business. At the FSA, he led the review which substantially overhauled regulation of the UK insurance industry and promoted financial capability to become a public policy priority. Before joining the FSA, John was a Managing Partner at Arthur Andersen responsible for its worldwide financial services practice. He joined Arthur Andersen in 1976, working mainly with banking and capital market clients. He led the Arthur Andersen team appointed by the Bank of England to investigate the collapse of Barings Bank and draw out the lessons to be learned. John is also a non-executive director of Credit Suisse Group AG and Lucida plc.
John was awarded a CBE in 2008 in recognition of his services to the finance industry and in 2010 was made an Honorary Doctor of Letters at his former college, Kingston University, in recognition of his contribution to the financial services industry. John is married with three grown up children.