FSA toughens insider dealing enforcement


Dawn raids at six addresses across London on February 27 led to three men being arrested by the UK’s Financial Services Authority (FSA) in connection with an investigation into insider dealing and market abuse. The organisation is currently prosecuting six further individuals, and has so far secured 22 convictions in relation to insider dealing.

Imposing its first penalty in 2004 and its first criminal conviction in 2009, the FSA has ramped up its ability to deal with insider dealing in recent

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