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City of London Police have written to the lawyer representing a rabbi who was arrested during a probe into the wealth management company HBFS to confirm there will be “no further action” against him.
A review of Lloyds Banking Group’s handling of one of Britain’s worst banking frauds is unlikely to be completed until late 2019 due to the volume of documents involved
TSB customers have hit out at the bank after thousands of pounds was apparently taken from their bank accounts - and they had to spend several hours queuing on the telephone before they could report it.
Business crime solicitor warns against over-dependence on blockchain in the battle against financial crime.
Digital banking has created openings for criminals and lenders must fight back
Barclays chief executive Jes Staley was last week fined £642,430 for breaking rules by attempting to identify a whistleblower. The bank has also cut £500,000 from Staley’s bonus.
An increasing number of people are being duped into becoming money mules
Responding to questions from the influential Treasury Committee, the ex-business owners said the FCA was ill-suited to handle serious complaints against the lenders it regulates.
What are banks doing to keep their customers’ money and data safe as digital attacks proliferate?
Credit-checking company Experian said criminals were behind 159 in every 10,000 current account applications in 2017, up from 138 in 2016.
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