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IFA fined 25k for system failures

The FSA has fined IFA CFS Independent 25,000 for serious failures on systems and controls, risk management and compliance. The regulator concluded that CFS had a poor risk management strategy, relied heavily on third parties to comply with regulatory requirements and was not aware of key obligations when a firm is entrusted with client money and client assets.

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