The bigger they are...
The Financial Services Authority has come down hard in recent times on those who have been found to be in breach of regulations, but it is likely to levy its biggest ever fine when it arrives at a decision in the case of Shell, says Philip Rubens
On 1 June, Chris Headdon, the former chief executive of Equitable Life, was the most recent individual to face disciplinary action from the Financial Services Authority (FSA). He was banned from the financial services industry until 26 May, 2010.
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