FSA bans show 'unacceptable behaviour' will not be tolerated

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The watchdog banned Paul Cable, director of Media and Entertainment Insurance Services from acting as an FSA approved person for at least two years, for attempting to overcharge a client by £89,000 as well as cancelling the company's permission to undertake any regulated activities.

In relation to the actions taken against Mr Cable and Media and Entertainment Insurance Services, the FSA said that Mr Cable "significantly inflated" the cost of two insurance premiums and falsified two documents in

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