Burrows left Blackrock in April after being outed as the artful fare-dodger
Britain’s Financial Conduct
Authority has banned a former Blackrock Asset Management
managing director who was caught fare-dodging on his train
commute to work.
Jonathan Burrows has been banned by the
FCA from performing any function in relation to any regulated
activities for not being fit and proper as his conduct "fell
short of the standards we expect".
"Approved persons must act with honesty
and integrity at all times and, where they do not, we will take
action," said the FCA’s director of enforcement
and financial crime Tracey McDermott.
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