The Financial Services Authority (FSA) levied the fine on Thursday after it emerged the bank had identified mismarking and pricing errors by a small number of traders in February. The errors related to some asset-backed securities and involved a writedown in revenues of $2.65 billion.
"The penalty reflects our tougher stance on enforcement and our policy of imposing higher
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