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News

Three banned for market abuse

A Swiss-based hedge fund manager and his co-conspirators have been banned from financial services

28 September 2012
News

Bond trader fined over £60,000 for market abuse

The FCA has fined a former Bank of America Merrill Lynch bond trader £60,090 for engaging in market abuse

23 November 2017
Technical

The challenges of keeping your surveillance systems up to date

Market, regulatory and commercial changes demand such systems are regularly updated and do not negatively affect day-to-day operations. Paul Golden reports

2 June 2017
News

Insider dealing accountant fined

Carver used inside information supplied by Logica employee

30 March 2015
News

Banker warned over rate-fixing

FCA has warned a banker for influencing interest rate benchmark submissions

27 February 2014
Opinion

Debate: should all banks be nationalised?

Nearly ten years on from the global financial crisis, industry professionals outline the case for and against bringing banks under public ownership

2 June 2017
Opinion

Protection for whistleblowers

Key changes to whistleblowing laws that the profession needs to be aware of

26 March 2015
News

HMRC loses Spurs tax appeal

HMRC has its appeal in the case against Tottenham Hotspur rejected

27 November 2017
Opinion

Debate: can a protectionist approach ever be in the national interest?

Michael Lind and Tom Follett discuss the merits of protectionism in the age of Trump

10 January 2017
Opinion

German fear of US technology

Philippe Legrain on why German industry lobbyists fear US tech companies

3 June 2015

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