making false claims to be authorised or exempt (under section 24);
performing or agreeing to perform functions in breach of a prohibition order (under section 56(4));
failing to register a copy of listing particulars on or before publication (under section 83(3));
failing to cooperate with, or giving false information to, FSA appointed investigators (under section 177);
carrying on, or purporting to carry on, business in contravention of a consumer credit prohibition (under section 203(9));
making false claims to be a person to whom the general prohibition does not apply as a result of Part XX of the Act (Provision of Financial Services by Members of the Professions) (under section 333);
providing false or misleading information to an auditor or actuary (under section 346);
disclosing confidential information in contravention of the statutory restrictions under sections 348 and 350(5) (see section 352);
Misleading statements and practicesoffences (under section 397);
Misleading the FSA (under section 398).
The FSA has power to prosecute these offences in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, but not in Scotland. In Scotland, the Crown Office will remain responsible for prosecutions.