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Financial Conduct Authority increases Brexit planning urgency, says chief executive Andrew Bailey

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has increased the urgency with which it is preparing for the UK to exit the European Union, chief executive Andrew Bailey said today. Former Bank of England deput... read more

FCA fines Rabobank £105 million over Libor misconduct

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has fined Rabobank £105 million for ‘serious, prolonged and widespread misconduct’ relating to Libor. The £105 million fine is the third highest ever imposed by t... read more

FCA has handed down the first punishments to traders found guilty of Libor rate-rigging

The FCA found that their failings 'contributed to a culture at Martins that permitted Libor manipulation to take place and enabled the misconduct to continue undetected over a prolonged period'. It ac... read more

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Duncan Bannatyne agrees out-of-court deal with former friend and CEO Nigel Armstrong

Graham Nigel Armstrong had been suing the ex-Dragons’ Den and I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here star for unfair prejudice and wrongful ... Mr Armstrong, of Darlington, was sacked for gross misconduct ... read more


Ex-Trade Minister Eyes Co-op Bank Investment

A report published last week by Sir Christopher Kelly ... A string of other inquiries are also under way into the crisis, although the Financial Conduct Authority and Prudential Regulation Authority a... read more

FCA sounds alarm over unauthorised broker firms

... Conduct Authority (FCA) has issued a warning over dealing with unauthorised foreign exchange (FX) brokers after receiving a 'sharp rise' in complaints. In a post on its website, the watchdog claim... read more

FCA demands justice for small firms via new ombudsman

Television star Noel Edmonds gave a candid account in last week ... Separately, victims of RBS’s distressed firms division are pressing for the FCA to publish in full a report into the controversial u... read more

Shruti Tripathi Chopra

“Now what on earth has London Mayor Boris Johnson done to deserve jail?” You might be wondering.Well, the mayor – who was born in New York and holds a U.S passport – is being chased by U.S authorities ... read more

The pros and cons of crowdfunding

People are divided about crowdfunding. While many investors and businesses see it as invaluable, it often comes with a number of caveats which shouldn’t be ignored. Equity and debt-based crowdfunding ... read more

Scandal-hit Kobe Steel seeks loans, shareholder offers support

TOKYO (Reuters) - Kobe Steel Ltd is seeking 50 billion yen ($440 million) in loans from banks, a banking source said on Monday, while a shareholder said it was ... The Nikkei business daily reported t... read more



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