FSA clamps down on insider trading

Editor's blog

The FSA’s Market Watch letter published this week demonstrates regulators’ push to tighten up systems and controls at trading banks. This is a return to basic good management controls that all banks should have had in place for decades, but also emphasises to banks the importance the FSA is placing on internal reviews of these systems, so much so that it has adopted more aggressive detection methods, from making spot checks on traders through cold calling, and demanding comprehensive records of

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