The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has dropped its intention to place a lifetime ban on former chief operating officer at Barclays Wealth and Investment Management Andrew Tinney, who shredded a report on business' culture that described it as "out of hand".
In 2013 Tinney was forced to quit the firm amid allegations that he had suppressed a "wealth cultural audit report" on Barclays Wealth's US branch, Barclays Wealth Americas, which described it as "out...
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