In addition to the general factors in paragraph 6-2-1, there are some additional considerations that may be relevant when the DFSA decides whether to take action against a Key Person. The list is not exhaustive: not all of these factors may be applicable in a particular case, and there may be other factors, not listed that are relevant. The factors include:
(a) the Key Person's position and responsibilities. The more senior the Key Person responsible for the misconduct, the more seriously the DFSA is likely to view the misconduct, and the more likely it is to take action against the Key Person; and
(b) whether disciplinary action against the firm rather than the Key Person would be a more appropriate regulatory response.
Derived from Notice of Updates
(Made 20th December 2012). December 2012 Edition
Amended (Made 21st August 2014). August 2014 Edition