Rahman Ravelli’s Aziz Rahman and Ben Ticehurst wrote an article in The Times that examined the Financial Conduct Authority’s (FCA) latest performance figures in an article and drew his own conclusions.
Their piece argues that an increase in the number of investigations being opened does not necessarily mean that the FCA is performing better than in previous years. He backs up his argument by highlighting the low levels of penalties being imposed and the FCA’s policy of opening investigations earlier.
The article explains the importance of seeking immediate legal advice if you are investigated by the FCA. It can be read here.