Posts Tagged ‘Financial Services Authority’

Blue Index punished in FSA probe

June 1, 2009Andy 2 Comments »

So BlueIndex is now in a probe for insider dealing. The Financial Services Authority stripped Blue Index of its right to do regulated business…

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Aftermath of Short Selling Ban Lift

January 31, 2009guidfarr No Comments »

Shorting was banned by the Financial Services Authority last September on 34 UK financial stocks after short selling was blamed for wiping millions off the value of bank shares…

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FSA to end financial shorting ban on Jan 16

January 9, 2009guidfarr No Comments »

Britain’s Financial Services Authority said on Monday that its ban on short-selling financial stocks would expire on Jan 16…

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UK trader transparency ‘to be boosted’

July 6, 2008guidfarr No Comments »

Investors who take out a stake of larger than three per cent in a company using Contracts For Difference (CFDs) are to be forced to disclose their actions in the UK.

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FSA forces Global Trader to shut up shop

February 16, 2008guidfarr No Comments »

Global Trader, the online spread trading company, has been forced to close its doors to new business after intervention from the FSA

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U.K. Regulator Pays Paul Davidson 725,000 Pounds in Legal Costs

January 23, 2007guidfarr No Comments »

The U.K.’s Financial Services Authority paid 725,000 pounds ($1.4 million) to Paul Davidson, the first time the market regulator has been forced to pay legal costs after losing a case.

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