A whistleblower named Sally Masterton has slammed the Financial Conduct Authority for failing to investigate her complaints against Lloyds Banking Group, the Financial Times has reported.
According to the FT, Masterton, a former employee in the high-risk division at Lloyds, said she was given assurances by the FCA about the seriousness of her case. She allegedly wrote to FCA chief executive...
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