FCA Investigations.

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is a regulator for financial services firms and individuals that work for them. The FCA can bring criminal prosecutions and take enforcement action against individuals or firms regulated by them and also people who are not regulated by them.

If you or your company are involved in an FCA investigation then you should seek expert legal advice to help guide you through the process.

Crucible deals with investigations by the FCA regularly and are instructed in some of the largest ongoing investigations in the country.

The FCA regularly investigates allegations of

  • market abuse
  • insider dealing
  • money laundering
  • regulatory breaches of the FCA’s Senior Managers and Certification Regime
  • regulatory breaches of the Principles for Businesses and Approved Persons
  • and dozens of other areas

Our financial crime team led by Neil Hawes QC are some of the foremost experts in these fields and will be able to advise you from the very earliest stages of any investigation.