FSA forced to admit 96 staff exits in Q3

The UK Financial Services Authority (FSA) has been forced to admit it lost dozens of staff in the third quarter alone, after former Labour financial services secretary Paul Myners questioned HM Treasury about a flurry of recent exits from the regulator.

Myners asked the government how many FSA employees resigned in the three months to the end of October, according to official records.

In a response dated November 25, the Conservative's James Sassoon, commercial secretary to the Treasury

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