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Bankers accused in crisis could face trials in US

Sanctions against bankers deemed responsible for the financial crisis could include more legal action abroad, as the UK authorities struggle to bring prosecutions, lawyers say.

The lack of activity by the FSA, which last year conducted its first prosecutions for insider dealing, could be mitigated by extraditions to the US where prosecutors have been more active in investigating banks and senior executives.

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