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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.
Detectives are investigating after Banking Protocol prevents £48,500 of fraud in North Yorkshire in just over 24 hours.
Young people should be aware of the criminal implications of taking part in “money-mule” schemes.
A master hacker who stole customers’ details from as many as 200 firms to sell on the dark web was seized by undercover police in a dramatic operation on board a train.
Britain’s National Crime Agency is expanding a review into fraud allegations at HBOS, part of Lloyds Banking Group, that have already led to the jailing of six people in a scam that pushed business owners to hire a costly turnaround consultancy.
Two Nottingham financial advisers have been arrested by the City of London Police investigating allegations of a major fraud at investment firm Kingsbridge Asset Management.
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