FSA to offer ‘plan of action’ on fraud

Anti-money laundering

The FSA issued Discussion paper 26: developing our policy on fraud and dishonesty in December 2003 for comment, and Robinson said the feedback received so far has included several themes. “The response to DP26 confirmed my personal hunch, and one that I think is held by a number of people in the FSA, that there are some things in this area” the FSA could do, he said. “But we need to do them in a very targeted way, that is very cost-effective, and work where we can make a difference.” He added:

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