Legal Developments: Policy matters
The Financial Services Authority issued its first individual fine for a breach of the code of market conduct at the end of last year, but the case has attracted the interest of insurers for other reasons. Julian Connerty reports
In November 2004, the Financial Services Authority (FSA) fined Jason Smith, the former finance director of the publishing company I Feel Good, £15,000 for market abuse – better known as insider trading.
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