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Santander worker stole £92,000 by setting up fictitious overdrafts to fund gambling habit.
The Prime Minister says government will change the law to catch reckless behaviour in the City and claw back bonuses from banks which had been bailed out with taxpayers' cash.
Gurpreet Singh Chadda ran sale-and-rent-back schemes under the names Black Homes and B&L through which he bought properties from homeowners in financial difficulty and allowed them to continue to live in them while paying rent.
Tom Hayes, a former trader at UBS and Citigroup, has today been charged with offences of conspiracy to defraud in connection with the investigation by the Serious Fraud Office into the manipulation of LIBOR.
Cashpoint users are being urged to be particularly careful when withdrawing money from ATMs as card fraud rises sharply.
Computer giant Hewlett Packard, which paid £7.1billion for the UK group in 2011, passed details to the US Justice Department and the Securities and Exchange Commission late last year.
The FCA lacks clarity and must be bolder about protecting consumers hit by years of misleading sales tactics.
A panel of MPs and peers are to urge government to jail miscreant bankers. The banking commission, set up by chancellor George Osborne in the wake of the Libor interest rate rigging scandal, has put the finishing touches to its long-awaited report on standards and culture.
U.K. regulators may take a further two years to complete an investigation into fraud in the carbon market as it seeks data from companies including Royal Bank of Scotland Plc and CarbonDesk Group Plc.
Fraudsters attempting to steal peoples bank cards and Pin codes while they are using cash machines have tripled over the past year, according to Financial Fraud Action UK.
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