FCA has charged a former Schroders trader with insider trading

The charges are “related entirely to this individual’s personal actions” and “Schroders has not been subject to any investigation"

Schroders, a UK-based asset management company that was founded some 200 years ago and now manages $446.8 billion, has received some unwanted attention.

A UK regulator, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), has charged a former Schroders trader, Damian Clarke, with insider trading.

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