JP Morgan hit with a £31m FCA fine over advice failings

Holt, Natalie
May 2013
Money Marketing;5/30/2013, p12
The article reports on the 3.1 million British pounds fine received by JP Morgan International Bank from Great Britain's Financial Conduct Authority for suitability failings related to its retail investment advice and portfolio investment services, which was also caused by the bank's failure to record the status of non-discretionary transactions.


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