FCA homes in on bad behaviour

By Jasper Cox
11 Jul 2019

The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority has opened a large number of whistleblowing cases related to behaviour and culture at investment banks, according to data obtained by GlobalCapital. This corresponds to a broader push by the regulator to look beyond traditional misconduct issues.

As the data, obtained through a freedom of information request, deals with whistleblowing cases opened by the FCA, it gives an indication of not only what allegations the regulator receives, but also what it deems worthy of investigation.

Since the beginning of last year, the FCA has opened ...

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