FSA May Act Against Top Bank Managers

12 Mar 2009

The U.K.’s Financial Services Authority is considering whether to take action against top executives at banks that have failed or have received government rescue money.

The U.K.’s Financial Services Authority is considering whether to take action against top executives at banks that have failed or have received government rescue money. Hector Sants, ceo of the FSA, said at a conference that if the agency determines the role of a banker, action could include ...

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