Investment banks still have 'significant' work to do on anti-bribery controls, FSA concludes

Newly released thematic review finds weaknesses in systems and controls across the sector

Bribery Act

The UK Financial Services Authority (FSA) has declared that most investment banks still do not have adequate anti-bribery and corruption controls despite the Bribery Act being enforced almost a year ago.

The regulator published the findings of its thematic review into such systems and controls in investment banks on March 29. The study was conducted from August 2011 onwards; the FSA visited eight major global investment banks and seven smaller institutions to examine how they mitigate bribery

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