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Probing questions

18 August 2004 By Chris Hughes

The regulator has found nothing in allegations of impropriety made by an exemployee that justify publicly reprimanding the UK stockbroker. But it has drawn attention to the possibility it may have issued a private warning. It didn t need to do that.

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