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Foreign companies could face stricter UK listing rules

FSA to reveal paper that could set off plans to make it tougher for foreign companies to list in the UK.

Foreign companies could face tougher rules when listing in the UK.

The Financial Services Authority will release a paper next week on its
findings from a consultation into UK listing rules.

Some investors have been unhappy about the ease which with some companies
with less strict corporate governance had listed on London exchanges, reported
The
Daily Telegraph
.

The FSA said the paper would not offer firm conclusions but was there to get
people engaging with the regulator.

Further reading:

CFA unit calls SEC for tighter
exec-pay rules

Darling to
overhaul bank insolvency rules

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