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See the following provisions of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (FSMA 2000).
For the purposes of action by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) under its disciplinary powers, a person is guilty of misconduct if any of conditions A to C is met in relation to the person:
Condition A is that the person has at any time failed to comply with the rules of conduct made by the FCA and at that time the person was an approved person or an employee of a relevant authorised person.
Condition B is that: (i) the person has at any time been knowingly concerned in a contravention of a relevant requirement by an authorised person; and (ii) at that time the person was an approved person in relation to the authorised person or, in the case
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