FSA bans two directors

The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has banned two directors of an insurance broker for failing to ensure that their firm complied with FSA client money rules. Roger Muse and his son Daniel Muse are prohibited for three years from performing any functions of significant influence at firms carrying out regulated financial activities. The order will prevent them from running or managing a regulated business, whether as sole traders, employees or appointed representatives of another firm.

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