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UK FCA Launches Widespread Probe Into Misconduct Cases

UK FCA Launches Widespread Probe Into Misconduct Cases

by Starling Insights

Starling Insights Editorial Board

Feb 20, 2024


The UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has directed over 1000 banks, insurers, and brokerages to disclose how many cases of sexual harassment, discrimination, and other non-financial misconduct they have recorded since 2021, and how those cases were resolved.

Through this order, the FCA aims to assess the scale of non-financial misconduct in the financial services industry. It is also seeking more information on the outcomes of firms' actions relating to these incidents, including whether or not they result in non-disclosure agreements (NDAs).

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