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A former financial adviser convicted for his involvement in a £4.5m investment fraud revealed to police officers how "easy" it was to commit his crimes.
Cryptocurrency has not completely upended the established economic structures as some had hoped but it has certainly made an impact on the world.
He was a director in a firm that cold-called unsuspecting members of the public, mainly the elderly, and persuaded them to invest thousands of pounds in materials known as rare earth elements, falsely promising big returns.
The bank, which suffered a string of IT outages last year that led to the exit of its chief executive Paul Pester, said the scheme was aimed at fraud prevention and enforcement.
The (EU) Council and Parliament negotiators reached an agreement on the directive on combating fraud and counterfeiting of non-cash means of payment.
A former financial advisor from Southport has been jailed for his involvement in a multi-million pound investment fraud
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) dished out £60,467,212 in fines last year, falling from £229.5m in 2017.
In this issue, the FCA details its findings on a review of the implementation of the Market Abuse Regulation (MAR).
Over a dozen firms in the cryptocurrency sector are under investigation by UK ’s financial regulator as the Financial Times reports 18 companies were being investigated over their involvement in selling cryptocurrencies.
Recent research by the Wall Street Journal revealed that hundreds of cryptocurrency offerings showed signs of fraudulent activity, improbable returns and plagiarism.
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