FSA Fines City Index for Transaction Reporting Failures


On January 20, the UK Financial Services Authority (FSA) published a final notice announcing that it had fined City Index Limited £490,000 (approximately $780,000) for failing to provide accurate transaction reports.

Between November 2007 and September 2009, City Index submitted inaccurate reports for about 2 million transactions (nearly 60% of its reportable transactions for that period). It failed to send any reports for around 55,000 reportable transactions and submitted incorrectly completed reports for a further 1.97 million transactions.

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