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Financial firms could be ordered to pay up to £350,000 in compensation by a UK ombudsman in response to complaints raised about their acts or omissions from April this year.
LONDON (Reuters) - A long-awaited probe into what Lloyds Banking Group executives knew about one of Britain’s worst ever banking frauds is now not likely to be completed until next year, a source with knowledge of the review said.
Huge penalty levied by the watchdog after a whistleblower sounded the alarm and the FCA launched an investigation which found firm failed to train staff to give suitable advice.
The UK's efforts to tackle money-laundering are "highly fragmented" and need greater focus, an influential committee of MPs has warned.
The UK's Office of Financial Sanctions Implementation (OFSI) has imposed its first monetary penalty for a breach of financial sanctions using its civil enforcement powers
Revolut is facing a police probe over a money transfer, adding to the fast-growing fintech firm’s woes after a series of controversies.
A day of action coordinated by the newly formed National Economic Crime Centre (NECC) will seek to freeze 95 bank accounts containing an estimated £3.6m.
Action Fraud is warning Instagram users to be wary of fraudulent investment posts offering ‘get rich quick’ schemes on the app.
£550,000 raised by Wilsons Auctions as first private auction company to sell seized crypto currency & luxury assets
John Varley denies involvement in talks that are now at heart of criminal trial
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