Double jeopardy

Cicutti, Nic
May 2009
Money Marketing;5/21/2009, p37
In this article, the author discusses the involvement of the Financial Services Authority (FSA) on a mission to turn itself in to the biggest public sector employer in Great Britain. He questions on the how FSA can afford to pay for its massive recruitment drive. The author says that FSA seems to be attempting to raise money through releasing fines against business enterprises in the region.


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