Tribunal holds on Angela Burns: The Tribunal has judged the appropriate penalty the FCA should levy on Angela Burns, following her long-running dispute with it and its predecessor. The then FSA proposed to fine her £154,800 and ban her for misuse of non-executive director positions to seek to advance her own commercial interests and failing to disclose conflicts of interest. In a previous hearing before the Tribunal, the Tribunal overturned six of the 10 allegations on which FSA had reached its decision and only partly upheld a further three. FCA maintained the level of penalty was justified. The Tribunal held the appropriate penalty was to ban Ms Burns from holding the position of non-executive director in any authorised or exempt firm and to fine her £20,000. (Source: Tribunal Holds on Angela Burns)