The FSA publishes Annual Report for 2003/04

The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has published its Annual Report for the year 2003/04. It describes in detail the FSA's work during the year on its three business priorities: to maintain efficient, orderly and clean financial markets; to help consumers achieve a fair deal; and improvements to business capability and effectiveness to make the FSA itself a more efficient organisation, easier to do business with.


 

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