Opinion, Regulation & Supervision

How to use surveillance to root out sexual harassment

By Rob Mason
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New proposals from the Financial Conduct Authority are looking to implement more stringent fitness and propriety measures within financial services. The authority’s message could not be more clear on its stance that “non-financial misconduct, such as sexual harassment, is misconduct for regulatory purposes”. 

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