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Digital banking startup Revolut is hailing its recent introduction of disposable virtual cards for online purchases, claiming a 30% reduction in card fraud cases.
The Serious Fraud Office has applied to the high court to revive its case against Barclays Bank regarding a £12bn bailout secured from the state of Qatar at the height of the financial crisis in 2008.
The UK Serious Fraud Office is seeking a retrial of three former Barclays traders accused of plotting to rig global interest rates after a jury was unable to reach a verdict
CipherTrace have released the first of what will be quarterly reports on the state of cryptocurrency AML (Anti-money Laundering) regulation.
The results of a recent YouGov survey, on behalf of Ondot, revealed today that online security and fraud prevention comes top in what Brits think banks should guarantee, with 60% wanting ‘peace of mind’ when using cards online
Although PSD2 has been designed to enhance the overall security of digital payments, it does also bring with it some risk of specific kinds of fraud
New research showcases a list of innovative ways we’d like better protection against fraud and a more active role in controlling our payment cards. Switching cards on and off for better fraud controls, quickly reactivating blocked cards and mobile app based self-service is the future
Speech by Mark Steward, Director of Enforcement and Market Oversight at the FCA, delivered at the Duff & Phelps Global Enforcement Review 2018.
Two former senior bankers have been convicted for manipulating the Euro Interbank Offered Rate (EURIBOR) at the height of the financial crisis following an investigation and prosecution brought by the Serious Fraud Office.
The SFO dropped the case because it lacked evidence, despite the Financial Conduct Authority’s previous assertion that 16 individuals at Lloyds knew about the Libor fixing.
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