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With the UK’s Financial Services Authority (FSA) announcing this March that City firms and executives will face higher fines for insider dealing and other financial misdemeanours, should hedge fund managers be fully assessing whether their firms’ internal systems and procedures are robust enough to prevent and spot market abuses – before the regulator pounces with hefty fines? It serves as yet another wake-up call.
While the new rules (effective March 6) are largely unchanged from a draft issued

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