FSA fines to treble in crackdown on rule breakers

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FSA fines could treble in size to act as a ‘credible' deterrent to firms who breach the rules.

The regulator says it wants to create a consistent and transparent framework for calculating penalties, and ensure firms do not profit from wrongdoing. In May this year, chief executive Hector S...

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