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When the Royal British Bank fell on hard times, founder John MacGregor started falsifying the accounts and paying dividends out of capital. The bank finally collapsed with liabilities of £539,131
Action Fraud is informing the public of how to protect themselves from investment fraud, after reports spiked following the first national lockdown caused by the coronavirus outbreak.
New data shows hundreds of UK farming businesses can qualify to join a major High Court fraud claim against Clydesdale and Yorkshire Bank.
Synthesized, today unveils details of a successful collaboration with the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and a leading fraud prevention vendor, aimed at assisting the development
Victims of investment fraud have lost at least £657m in the past year, as scammers preyed on financial vulnerability caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
SIA, a leading European hi-tech company in the payment services and infrastructures sector, controlled by CDP Equity, launches a new digital service for banks, payment service providers and other financial institutions across Europe to allow their customers to speed-up the authentication process for online payments, in line with PSD2 security standards.
See the breakdown of the age groups and genders of those targeted by fraudsters, which has spiked since the start of the Coronavirus pandemic
The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has confirmed that it is delaying the implementation of the Senior Managers & Certification Regime (SMCR) Conduct Rules for solo-regulated firms.
The transition to working from home and the economic turbulence associated with the Covid-19 pandemic have created new compliance challenges for firms subject to particular obligations to tackle market abuse and insider dealing.
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