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‘Failed from top to bottom;’ Britain’s FCA slammed for issuing employee bonuses while major financial scandals continue to unfold

By Dan Byrne for AMLi

Britain’s financial regulator has paid out over £125M (€147M) in staff bonuses in the last five years and critics are not happy, given what they say are sub-par performances in that time.

An investigation by the British Sunday publication The Observer has revealed that the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has okayed many individual payments from 2016 till now, all adding up to the £125M sum.

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