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FCA chief pushes back on proposals to cut supervisory powers

By Ellesheva Kissin
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Stripping financial crime from the Financial Conduct Authority’s oversight would be “disproportionately disruptive”, the UK regulator’s chief has told a parliamentary committee.

A new financial crime supervisor to replace the FCA was one of four options of increasing severity outlined in ...

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