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Former FSA chief Sants in talks with Deloitte

Former FSA chief Sants in talks with Deloitte

Ex-Financial Services Authority (FSA) chief Hector Sants has entered talks with Deloitte.

According to reports, Sants (pictured) is speaking to the accountancy firm just months after he left the City watchdog.

Deloitte is regarded as one of the City's 'big four' accountancy chains and according to Sky it has made Sants an offer.

Since announcing his resignation from the FSA, Sants has been linked with a number of roles, including one at Barclays, where he was tipped to fill Bob Diamond's role.

According to Sky, Sants has not accepted an offer from Deloitte and the discussions could fold.

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