The number of whistleblowing cases in asset management firms reported to the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) fell to its lowest level last year amid concerns workers feel they may not be fully protected when highlighting wrongdoings.
According to the Financial Times, only 21 cases from the asset management industry were reported to the FCA last year, half as many compared to 2014 and the lowest number since the regulator ramped up...
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