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Following the news of Airbnb’s initial public offering (IPO) fraudsters claiming to be from Swiss Bank UBS are trying to trick victims into investing in Airbnb stocks and shares.
Compliance experts warn that regulator still has appetite for issuing fines.
The Wall Street boss was one of the most high-profile critics of the digital currency
JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon regrets calling bitcoin a "fraud" but added that he still was not interested in the cryptocurrency at all
Despite its shortcomings, all signs point to the long-term survival of cryptocurrency albeit with significant regulation in free market democracies.
HM Treasury has today announced the appointment of Charles Randell CBE as the new Chair of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
That climb was marked by extreme volatility, multiple splits in its network, and naysayers who derided it as a fraud and toy for criminals.
The High Court has been hearing a £600m claim, brought by over 5000 investors, against Lloyds Bank and five former directors, seeking compensation for huge losses incurred during the financial crisis.
A ground-breaking fraud prevention scheme aimed at identifying and protecting potential fraud victims when they visit a bank or building society branch has stopped more than £9 million being passed to criminals in its first year of operation, figures from UK Finance show.
Online casino operators are failing to protect problem gamblers or prevent money laundering, the Gambling Commission has warned.
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