Barclays Bank fined £38million

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Barclays Bank fined £38million
23rd September 2014

Barclays Bank has been fined £38 million for failing to properly protect their clients assets - which are worth £16.5 billion in total.

The fine was imposed by the Financial Conduct Authority, and is the highest fine the FCA has ever imposed. 

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