The FCA has issued a statement of objections to Artemis Investment Management, Hargreave Hale, Newton Investment Management and River & Mercantile Asset Management in the first case the regulator is bringing using its competition enforcement powers, as it believes the firms may have broken competition law.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) alleges the four firms shared information by disclosing the price they intended to pay, accepting such information, or both, in relation to Initial Public Offerings...
In relation to 151 bonds
Criticism of FCA register post SMCR
Filling Christopher Woodlard’s shoes
Three hours in front of regulators
Are we rewarding the right things?
Target five colleges first
Re-platforming went well
Nearly two years after High Court appearance
Tried to work at Wesleyan