FCA slaps Charles Schwab UK with £9m fine over compliance failures

Pedro Gonçalves
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FCA slaps Charles Schwab UK with £9m fine over compliance failures

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has fined Charles Schwab's UK business £8.96m for failing to protect client assets, carrying out a regulated activity without permission and making a false statement to the watchdog. The FCA said the breaches, which occurred between August 2017 and April 2019, affected retail customers at the financial services firm. Client money was swept across from CSUK to its affiliate Charles Schwab & Co (CS&C), a firm based in the United States.  The client as...

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