The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has fined a former senior J.P. Morgan banker £450,000 after he disclosed inside information to contacts.
According to the regulator's Final Notice, Ian Hannam engaged in two instances of market abuse, evident from two emails sent in September and October 2008. At the time, Hannam was J.P. Morgan's global...
Advisers to pay extra £8m towards scheme
Expected by Q2 2021
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