FSA bans Moorley from running a network

Blackmore, Nicole
September 2009
Money Marketing;9/3/2009, p3
The article reports on the move of the Financial Services Authority in Great Britain to ban Steven Moorley, the former chief executive officer (CEO) at Premier Network, to take the same role. It mentions that the agency decided to take such action after ruling that he lacked competence and capability to have the job. It affirms that he committed numerous failures that includes improper handling of complaints and not submitting accurate information on the firm's mediation activities return.


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