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PIA staff move to FSA headquarters

The Financial Services Authority has finally brought all regulatory staff under one roof.


The PIA&#39s 516 staff moved to the City watchdog&#39s new headquarters in London&#39s Docklands on January 29.


It is bringing together nine regulatory bodies with a total of 1,800 staff and is looking to recruit about another 130 employees.


The new headquarters was opened on November 18.

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