FSA prosecution of criminal offences (superseded with effect from 1 April 2013)

In this practice note, Jane Tuckley, a partner in Travers Smith LLP's Financial Services and Markets department, and Nigel Barratt, Director of Research in the same department, provide an overview of the FSA's criminal prosecution powers.

This practice note is part of a series of Travers Smith LLP practice notes on the FSA's disciplinary and enforcement powers. For more information, see Practice note, FSA disciplinary and enforcement powers: a guide to content written by Travers Smith LLP.

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Jane Tuckley and Nigel Barratt, Travers Smith LLP


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