Japan’s FSA cracks down on lapses by foreign firms


TOKYO -- In mid-January, Japan’s Financial Services Agency (FSA) issued administrative actions against the Tokyo branches of both Crédit Lyonnais Securities Europe and ING Securities after the agency found regulatory breaches at both firms. The two firms are the latest in a long line of foreign banks to be accused of wrongdoing by the FSA, creating an environment of significant regulatory and legal risk in the nation. Some banks themselves have also admitted that operational risk failures

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