FCA income set to dip despite record fines

Natalie Kenway
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The Financial Conduct Authority's(FCA) income from fines it imposes on financial services companies is set to dip on last year's total, despite record penalties for Barclays and Deutsche Bank in recent months.

Although year to date the regulator has imposed two out of its three biggest ever fines, the rest of the year is expected to relatively quiet, according to The Independent. There are likely to be fewer...

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