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The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has today issued a combined Consultation Paper (CP) and Discussion Paper (DP) that proposes a number of changes to the client money and custody assets (collectively “client assets”) regime for firms that undertake investment business.
A former Lloyds Bank worker in charge of online security has admitted carrying out a fraud worth more than £2.4m.
Tanned FitzPatrick bailed after facing bank fraud charges
(Reuters) - U.S. prosecutors and European regulators are close to arresting individual traders and charging them with colluding to manipulate global benchmark interest rates, according to people familiar with a sweeping investigation into the rigging scandal.
High-rolling financier caught out by bragging phone call to father
Key defences relied on by banks in interest rate swap (IRS) mis-selling claims are set to be tested in court this October when the claim of business-owner Sara Pearson against Barclays comes to trial.
The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has secured a court order against Sinaloa Gold Plc (Sinaloa) and one of its directors, Glen Lawrence Hoover, a United States resident, which will see money returned to 79 UK victims of a boiler room scam.
Dominic Grieve says quick inquiry could clash with on-going criminal investigations, putting government plan in doubt
A retired judge and his three business colleagues will find themselves languishing inside one of Italy’s most notorious jails this week, after being extradited to face charges of money laundering involving the Mafia.
Kenneth Clarke has said that it is easier to "get away with" financial crime than practically any other kind.
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