FSA forms new crime-fighting division


At the FSA's annual Financial Crime Sector Conference in London in January, chief executive John Tiner said the formation of the regulator's new financial crime and intelligence division, led by Philip Robinson, would create a recognised centre of excellence to provide the leadership, tools and expertise needed to meet the increased challenges ahead and maintain the integrity of the UK's financial sector.

The new division is supposed to bring together all of the FSA's financial crime resources

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