UKFSA issues fraud paper

The UK’s Financial Services Authority (FSA) published a discussion paper in mid-December entitled DP26: Developing our policy on fraud and dishonesty.

The paper launches the tenure of Philip Robinson, the new head of financial crimeat the FSA in London. Robin- son took over the job from interim head Clive Briaultin December 2003, after Carol Sergeant left the FSA in October having spearheadedthe FSA’s drive to reduce the scope for financial crime. Robinson sayshe will spend quite a bit of his time on financial crime and AML issues, andwill have a dedicated team for fighting financial crime.

"This is a very strong opportunity to influence the

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