FCA under fire for whistleblower neglect - reports

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A whistleblower named Sally Masterton has slammed the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) for failing to investigate her complaints against Lloyds Banking Group, the Financial Times has reported. According to the FT, Masterton, a former employee in the high-risk division at Lloyds, said she was given assurances by the FCA about the seriousness of her case. She allegedly wrote to FCA chief executive Andrew Bailey last June, describing her treatment by Lloyds. The FT report said: "She ...

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