Sara George, litigation partner, Stephenson Harwood

STRs need handling with care

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  • If an STR were made that did not have a reasonable basis for it then one would hope that the prospect of a lengthy FSA investigation would be low. However, on balance it would be better to run the risk of upsetting a client than risking enforcement action by the FSA for failure to report.

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