FCA aligns focus to prevent sexual harassment in workplace

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The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has launched a discussion paper which it said will help firms embed purposeful cultures.

According to the regulator, the paper makes the case for purposeful company cultures leading to good outcomes for their customers, employees and investors.

The FCA explained that transforming culture in financial services is a priority for the watchdog and urged firms to make it a priority too.

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It added that it is tackling this in multiple ways, including

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