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2012: The year that financial institutions get serious about regulation?

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Looking back on 2011, it certainly seems that this is the year that regulators finally flexed their muscles, concluding with the FSA handing out a record £6m fine to a private investor for market abuse but the question remains as to whether all financial institutions have really got the message.

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