FCA to review fine volume after record-breaking year

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The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is to review how and how much it fines businesses amid complaints from banks about the rise of high penalties.

Fines by the FCA have hit record levels after investigations into the alleged rigging of Libor interest rate benchmarks and the foreign exchange market. Financial services has been hit with a to...

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