FCA to use SM&CR to tackle sexual harassment, says Butler

‘Misconduct is misconduct’

Victoria McKeever
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Megan Butler: "When we talk about being fit and proper, as part of this, we are not merely talking about financial decision making but also in terms of culture."
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Megan Butler: "When we talk about being fit and proper, as part of this, we are not merely talking about financial decision making but also in terms of culture."

The Senior Managers & Certification Regime (SM&CR) will encompass the issue of sexual harassment in financial services in determining whether individuals are "fit and proper," Megan Butler has said.

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) executive director was speaking on a panel to the Women's and Equalities Committee as part of their Sexual Harassment in the Workplace inquiry. Butler (pict...

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