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Royal Bank of Scotland has paid $44M to settle a US criminal investigation that accused its traders of lying to clients over investments.
The FCA has fined Bluefin Insurance Services £4,023,800 for “having inadequate systems and controls and failing to provide information to its customers about Bluefin’s independence in a way that was clear, fair and not misleading”.
The probe will focus on processes applied to customer affordability assessments for car finance and the treatment of those in financial difficulties.
Hackers have stolen nearly $80m worth of bitcoin from a bitcoin mining service as the cryptocurrency’s value continues to skyrocket
As demand for bitcoin reaches record heights, many people would jump at the chance to earn a little digital gold in their spare time and line their wallets with cryptocurrency.
Bitcoin's booming value has driven a huge rise in crypto-currency themed malware, say security firms.
CIO of cryptocurrency hedge fund BlockTower Capital, talks with Business Insider executive editor Sara Silverstein about why he thinks Jamie Dimon called bitcoin a fraud.
The Commons Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has issued an online fraud report which is calling for increased transparency and action from banks when it comes to online fraud.
Mobile banking customers are being advised to update their apps after experts discovered a security flaw that left millions vulnerable to hackers
Lloyds Banking Group has a reached a settlement with a couple who helped uncover the fraud scandal at HBOS Reading, with the lender now having shelled out more than £29 million in compensation payouts.
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