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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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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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Does The City Need Anymore Rogue Traders?

The Times Alex Ralph Last updated at 12:01AM, November 9 2015 Rogue Trader Wants To Help Clean Up The City Nick Leeson has co-launched an education, advisory and investigation firm Niall Carson/PA He went down in history as the working…

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Global banks must raise €1.1tn in special debt by 2022

FT Thomas Hale in Basel, Caroline Binham and Laura Noonan in Londo ©PA Mark Carney The biggest international banks must raise as much as €1.1tn by 2022 in special debt designed to prevent taxpayer bailouts of lenders, a global group…

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Government Flying Blind On Banking

Sunday 8th November By Ian Fraser Steve Baker: The government is flying blind on banking 8th November, 2015 In a stark warning to the government, the MP Steve Baker has said we’re flying blind where RBS and the wider banking system…

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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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Iceland does what the US won’t: 26 top bankers sent to prison for role in financial crisis

‘Businessman lighting cigar with $100 dollar bill’ [Shutterstock] Reykjavík, Iceland – In stark contrast to the record low number of prosecutions of CEO’s and high-level financial executives in the U.S., Iceland has just sentenced 26 bankers to a combined 74…

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Iceland sentences 26 bankers to a combined 74 years in prison

US Uncut James Woods | October 21, 2015 Unlike the Department of Justice, Iceland is focusing on prosecuting the CEOs rather than low-level traders. In a move that would make many capitalists’ head explode if it ever happened here, Iceland just…

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“Cronies and cheating the taxpayer”: MP targets RBS bank tax avoiders in share sell off

Common Space Michael Gray 6th November 2015 1:09 pm Call to halt bank sale in favour of reform rejected by UK Government UK MINISTERS decided to “wash their hands” of a tax evasion scandal in a subsidiary of the government-owned Royal…

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