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The loan-backed securities will be pegged to a new interest rate benchmark from 2022
Judge describes sums involved as ‘eye watering’ as he grants HMRC forfeiture order
Bank could face £340m fine as FCA uses criminal powers to prosecute lender
Combating UK furlough fraud should be another impetus for change
Firm showed ‘serious lack of competence’ in its work on collapsed UK café chain, says Financial Reporting Council
Sofr-linked futures and swaps gather volume despite lenders’ hesitation over new benchmark
Cooling commodity markets threaten Sanjeev Gupta’s battle to preserve his sprawling metals conglomerate
Scams in which victims are duped into handing over money or sensitive information have leapt 70 per cent
Clients facing billions in losses are furious but Swiss bank cites need to keep collapsed company ticking over to recoup funds
Luxembourg-based office aims to bring first indictment by year-end
US regulator alleges that companies engaged in illegal offerings of stock and digital assets
Henry O’Sullivan allegedly instructed local firm Citadelle Corporate Services to falsify a document
It’s time to regenerate the UK’s fight against financial crime, argues RUSI’s Tom Keatinge.
The new public prosecutor’s office is off to a good start but severe tests lie ahead
Criminals trap businesses and consumers with lockdown scams and exploit government support schemes
Case seen as emblematic of country’s reputation as a treacherous place to do business
Twenty-something consumers are most likely age group to fall victim to online purchase fraud
Dominic Thorncroft given suspended prison sentence for allowing his company to be used to transfer scam proceeds
Michael Viney says he owes company £14.7m but denies breaching contract or misleading authorities
Court hears closing arguments in 7-week trial between bank and currency manager ECU
Lawyers for Indian-born tycoon BR Shetty claim he had been victim of ‘debt-fuelled Ponzi scheme’
Criminals have come up with frighteningly convincing ways of parting us from our hard-earned cash
Prosecutors suggest suspended sentence for Michael Calvey accused of embezzlement
£2.3bn lost by consumers in cases reported to the police
Top officials, including the Bank of England governor, are pushing firms here to adopt a specific benchmark for dollar borrowing.