Fines issued to individuals by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) fell by nearly 95% in 2017, but this is ahead of a growing emphasis on the personal accountability of senior staff at financial service firms by the regulator.
The fifth edition of the Annual Global Enforcement Review, published by consultancy Duff & Phelps, shows penalties against individuals dropped from £18.8m in 2016 to £970,000 in 2017; the lowest amount...
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