Advisers rap FSA on staff bonuses

Blackmore, Nicole
June 2009
Money Marketing;6/4/2009, p3
The article reports on the criticism of financial advisers on the move of Financial Services Authority (FSA) to pay staff nearly £20 million in bonuses in Great Britain. The figures obtained through a Freedom of Information request revealed that FSA paid £19.7 million in bonuses in 2008. It states that £19,000 is the average bonus paid to regulator executives.


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