The Upper Tribunal has ruled that there is no fundamental reason why FSA cannot publish its decision notice in the case of a company formerly known as SwiftTrade Inc and Peter Beck. FSA made a finding of market abuse, but the company and Mr Beck were given leave to take the decision to judicial review. They sought to prevent FSA from publishing its decision while the review was pending but the Upper Tribunal decided that, under the law and the facts of this case, it had no grounds to impose the ban. (Source: Tribunal Says FSA can Publish Notice)