Category: Malpractice


Coming soon: HBOS the sequel?

The Sunday Times  Aimee Donnellan Published: 22 November 2015 Light-touch regulation let the lender run amok. Will George Osborne’s sops to the City spell the start of a new era of lax controls? Former HBOS chief executives James Crosby, left,…

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Ex-Anglo boss David Drumm told to accept extradition or be jailed

Irish Mirror 17:56, 24 NOV 2015 By Pat Flanagan Drumm has also been saddled with debts of over €10million after his appeal against a decision denying him bankruptcy in the US was kicked out of court David Drumm Runaway banker David…

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RBS Receives Sell Rating from Berenberg Bank

Ticker Report Posted by Stephan Byrd on Nov 25th, 2015   RBS (LON:RBS)‘s stock had its “sell” rating reiterated by equities research analysts at Berenberg Bank in a research note issued on Wednesday, AnalystRatings.Net reports. They presently have a GBX 250…

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Welcome to Austeria – a nation robbing its poor to pay for the next big crash

The Guardian Aditya Chakrabortty Monday 23 November 2015 20.38 GMT ‘This makes perfect political sense for Osborne: it’s the elderly and the wealthy who turn out to vote, after all.’ Illustration: Matt Kenyon A familiar dance begins on Wednesday, as soon as George…

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fraud and dishonesty “at the highest level of RBS”

Scottish Legal News LIBOR, Property Alliance Group PLC v RBS, RBS November 17, 2015 The latest on swap litigation: fraud and dishonesty “at the highest level of RBS” In a major development in swaps litigation, an explosive judgement issued on Friday 13th November…

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Bank of Scotland accused of fraud by Attorney General John Larkin QC

BBC News By John Campbell News NI Economics & Business Editor 8th December 2014 Image caption Attorney General John Larkin QC said there was evidence of “criminal fraud under the 2006 Act” and that the matter has now been drawn to…

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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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Banks’ crime fighters want to quit their jobs

The Telegraph By Tim Wallace 12:15AM GMT 17 Nov 2015 Banks are squealing at tough new red tape, but regulators such as the Financial Conduct Authority say they will not back down Banks could face an exodus of crime-fighting staff,…

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NatWest Admits Signature Forgery on Loan Documents

MapleLeaf Financial December 12, 2011 Posted by Tim Capper How would you feel if you discovered your high street bank had forged your signature on a document? It sounds fanciful, or even in the realms of conspiracy theory, but this…

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RBS Falsification In The High Court

Neutral Citation Number: [2015] EWHC 3272 (Ch)     Case No: HC 2013 000459 IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE CHANCERY DIVISION     Royal Courts of Justice, Rolls Building Fetter Lane, London, EC4A 1NL     13/11/2015 B e…

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