FSA could increase public access to financial firm info

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The FSA today says it could increase the amount of information about firms it discloses to the public in a discussion paper on improving regulatory transparency.

The regulator says it hopes to create a framework for determining what further information it might publish about firms and sectors and is inviting industry comment on the issue via a discussion paper....

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