FCA highlights market abuse risks, with some 'blindingly obvious'

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FCA: Market manipulation, insider trading and other criminal behaviour could go undetected
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FCA: Market manipulation, insider trading and other criminal behaviour could go undetected

The FCA has raised concerns about market abuse controls in place within the firms it regulated, warning that market manipulation, insider trading and other criminal behaviour could go undetected.

Speaking at the Association for Financial Markets in Europe on Wednesday (13 February), Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) director of market oversight Julia Hoggett revealed the regulator's "five Conduct...

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