Analysis, Regulation & Supervision

Private lives fair game in misconduct probes, FCA proposes

By Ellesheva Kissin
Crispin Odey. Image via Bloomberg Mercury

Senior employees’ private lives could be probed for evidence of bullying, racism and sexual harassment, under new proposals from the regulator.

Non-financial misconduct cases may now officially be considered “misconduct for regulatory purposes,after the Financial Conduct Authority’s consultation on diversity and inclusion last ...

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