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London :: United Kingdom | 1 year ago

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19 February 2013 Pressure is mounting on the boss of Lloyds to give up his bonus after the bank was rocked by yet another fine relating to a mis-selling scandal. The Financial Services Authority yesterday fined the taxpayer-backed lender 4.3m for

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London :: United Kingdom | 1 year ago

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Story Bank of Canada Governor Mark Carney takes over the leadership of the Bank of England in July. Economy A video grab image shows Mark Carney, the next governor of the Bank of England, answering questions from a parliamentary committee in the

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London :: United Kingdom | 1 year ago

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Lloyds Banking Group was fined £4.3 million by the City watchdog today after up to 140,000 customers had their payment protection insurance compensation payments delayed. The customers were not paid redress within 28 days of receiving a decision

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Dubai :: United Arab Emirates | 1 year ago

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Jay proposed to Tamara after a quick romance Formula 1 heiress Tamara Ecclestone is to marry a former stockbroker banned from working in the City for trading without honesty and integrity'. Jay Rutland, 31, proposed during a romantic holiday in Dubai

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London :: United Kingdom | 1 year ago

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Eric Daniels, former chief executive of Lloyds, told the banking commission of MPs and peers, said that up to half claims for compensation over mis-selling of PPI were 'illegitimate' Disgraced former Lloyds boss Eric Daniels yesterday launched an

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London :: United Kingdom | 1 year ago

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Suggested Topics Banks have been told by the Financial Services Authority that they should not try to leave the panel which sets Libor because they fear becoming embroiled in the growing scandal over rate rigging. A number of European banks including

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London :: United Kingdom | 1 year ago

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Suggested Topics Banks were embroiled in yet another scandal last night after the City watchdog found that one in four bank and building society financial advisers provided poor advice when approached by mystery shoppers. It is understood that

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London :: United Kingdom | 1 year ago

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12 February 2013 High Street banks will today be accused of gambling the hard earned savings of the vulnerable by selling thousands of customers risky investment plans. In another day of shame for the industry, the Financial Services Authority will

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Birmingham :: United Kingdom | 1 year ago

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But the victims are unlikely to ever get their money back and the ruling has been described as a "bittersweet victory". In April last year, a Sky News investigation uncovered evidence that increasing numbers of UK investors were falling victim to

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London :: United Kingdom | 1 year ago

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Suggested Topics US authorities are investigating the interdealer brokers Icap and  RP Martin as part of a widening probe into Libor rigging, it has  been reported. The US Justice Department and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission are understood

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