FSA should add rewards to fine line

July 2009
Money Marketing;7/9/2009, p33
In this article, the author discusses the proposal of the Financial Services Authority (FSA) regarding the regulations to hit firms and individuals with bigger fines in Great Britain. He says that the measures entails that fines could twofold in size with penalties related to income. He believes that fines are an effective and deterrent in the financial world and could result a reduction in fees for all financial companies.


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