Locking up journalists: The FCA's response to its closed book error

The FCA responded to TSC recommendations

Carmen Reichman

The regulator has responded in somewhat draconian style to the Treasury Select Committee's (TSC)call for it to prevent a communications scandal of the kind that sent life companies' share prices plummeting last year. Here is what it has come up with...

In a response to the TSC's report, 'Press briefing of the FCA's Business Plan for 2014/15', the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) said it has made a number of changes. These include a rule which...

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