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In March 2008 the FSA issued Market Watch No. 25. In this report the FSA highlights the measures firms should consider when reviewing systems and controls used to protect against the risk of a rogue trader.

Overall the newsletter is helpful and the FSA correctly identifies and comments on a number of issues.

Whilst not formal guidance the newsletter from Markets Division contains a number of surprising comments that if followed could lead to problems with the regulator.

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