Category: Clifford Chance RBS review April 2014


Swaps and the FCA Review process: is the Review working?

By Cat Maclean Partner and Solicitor Advocate, Head of Dispute Resolution at MBM Commercial LLP Some 3 and a half years have now passed since the FCA announced a Review into the missale of interest rate hedging products, or swaps. Although…

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RBS: STRIPPING SMALL BUSINESSES, BOOSTING BIG BANKS AND GETTING AWAY WITH IT

Real Media By By Kam Sandhu 27-11-2015 ‘Taking on a bank, especially what was the largest bank in the world at one stage, I’m just a bricklayer, and it really is stressful as an SME to take on these people,’ Clive…

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Banking Reform Loose Canon

The Guardian Giles Fraser Learning to trust bankers again is the very worst thing we could do Pedestrians walk past the Bank of England. ‘With all that money sloshing about, the real moral hazard of the financial services industry is…

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FCA and PRA bolster protection for whistleblowers in the financial industry

The Barrister Largest Independent Magazine For Barristers Practising In UK Posted on November 12, 2015 by barrister The FCA and PRA have published new rules on whistleblowing designed to empower individuals to raise concerns within the financial industry. According to…

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Bad bankers are like shoplifters, says George Osborne

The Telegraph By Peter Spence & Tim Wallace It’s wrong that people who steal from shops are jailed, but bad bankers are not held to account Chancellor George Osborne (L), and Mark Carney at the Bank’s Open Forum Bankers who…

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Bank of England’s Carney: Markets ‘tainted’ by misconduct

BBC News 11 November 2015 Image copyright Reuters Image caption Mario Draghi, George Osborne and Mark Carney are attending a public forum on financial markets Bank of England governor Mark Carney says public faith in financial markets has been shaken…

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George Osborne will be burnt in ‘bonfire of the bankers’

The Times Harry Wilson, Simon English Published at 12:01AM, November 9 2015 Standard Chartered recently announced it was planning to cut 15,000 jobs globally   Yui Mok/PA Huge City job cuts to hit Treasury tax take hardThe Treasury faces losing…

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RBS Goodwin’s Ego Bigger Than The Ocean

Ian Fraser Author Of Shredded Classic over-reach as Goodwin boasted about RBS’s immensity The FactSheet compiled by Andrew Wilson in February 2006 pleased RBS chief executive Fred Goodwin as it put RBS’s financial success in context. But it was also incredibly…

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How Wall Street’s Bankers Stayed Out of Jail

The Atlantic William D Cohen September 2015 The probes into bank fraud leading up to the financial industry’s crash have been quietly closed. Is this justice? On May 27, in her first major prosecutorial act as the new U.S. attorney…

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RBS Doomed Claims Top Economist

Herald Scotland Reported by Ian Fraser Freelance correspondent Top economist claims Edinburgh will never recover from banking collapse fall-out EDINBURGH will never recover from the failure of its two largest banks at the height of the banking crisis in 2008,…

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