FSA branded stationery spend increased in year of regulator change


The government body is due to be replaced by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) in April 2013.

A freedom of information request by Insurance Age revealed that the FSA spent £11,044 on stationery in the 2012/2013 financial year, compared with £9,588.50 in 2011/2012 and £7,893.50 in 2010/2011.

The regulator ordered more than three times the amount of letter headed paper from its supplier Pavilion Print Management in this financial year, at 660,000 sheets, as last year, when it ordered 190,000

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