The FSA has banned former Merrill Lynch trader Alexis Stenfors from any regulated activities on the grounds he is not a fit and proper person.
Peter Charge has been promoted to the role of head of sales for directly authorised firms at Tenet Group.
The FSA and City of London Police have contacted 1,000 people across the UK to warn them that their personal details are on a master list being used by fraudsters to target and sell them worthless shares.
Norwich & Peterborough Building Society reported a pre-tax profit of £1.3m for 2009, down 78 per cent from £5.9m in 2008.
The King’s Fund says a partnership agreement between the Government and individuals is the best way to tackle social care reform.
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