FSA disciplinary sanctions (superseded with effect from 1 April 2013)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, outline the range of disciplinary sanctions for non-criminal offences and breaches which are available to the FSA under powers derived from the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000.

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.

Please note the law stated date of this practice note. It is not maintained.

Jane Tuckley and Nigel Barratt, Travers Smith LLP


 

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