City watchdog ran up £5.9m bill pursuing iSoft case
7th August 2013
THE City regulator the Financial Conduct Authority and its predecessor the Financial Services Authority, spent nearly £6m investigating and prosecuting four former bosses of software firm iSoft, it has emerged.A Freedom of Information request submitted by Manchester law firm Pannone, which represented former iSoft finance director John Whelan, who along with ex-colleagues Tim Whiston and Steve Graham was cleared after a second trial collapsed - reveals the bill that was run up by the watchdog,The North West trio, and a fourth......for the full story register now for free or login below...
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