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Bearing fruit

2 January 2018 By Aimee Donnellan

The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority collected 230 million pounds in penalties in 2017. Though that’s a big increase on 2016, the haul was skewed by a record fine for Deutsche Bank. It suggests hefty spending on tightening up controls is finally delivering some benefits.

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