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Two former senior bankers have been convicted for manipulating the Euro Interbank Offered Rate (EURIBOR) at the height of the financial crisis following an investigation and prosecution brought by the Serious Fraud Office.
The SFO dropped the case because it lacked evidence, despite the Financial Conduct Authority’s previous assertion that 16 individuals at Lloyds knew about the Libor fixing.
A former managing director of Hertfordshire-based HBFS, well-known to London’s Jewish community, was referred to the crown court by City of London Magistrates
After Insurance Age saved the day and had a Facebook page operated by fraudsters shut down, Ida Axling questions why the regulator failed.
Lloyds had agreed to a demand from the Treasury select committee to pass on to it a report on what its current and former bosses knew about the fraud at the HBOS Reading unit.
AI is more than just a buzzword in the world of fraud detection and prevention.
The UK's Financial Conduct Authority is proposing to update its complaint handling rules to help victims of authorised push payment (APP) scams.
Convicted boiler room fraudster, Jeffrey Revell-Reade, 53, has had his default prison sentence of 4 years activated by Westminster Magistrates’ Court for failure to pay a £7,535,802 confiscation order.
Lloyds Banking Group is facing more pressure over its handling of a fraud at its HBOS Reading business that took place more than a decade ago, with the chair of Britain’s Treasury Committee calling for “maximum transparency” over the affair.
The Banking Protocol, a ground-breaking rapid response scheme, has led to six arrests and prevented £282,210 of attempted fraud in Nottinghamshire.
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