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Banks in the UK will need to apply to the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) by 14 June 2019 for an exemption from a central regulatory requirement of EU payment services laws.
The UK's Treasury Select Committee has published a fairly strongly-worded report into "crypto-assets"
Moves to reimburse consumers who fall victim to push payment fraud has come a step closer with the publication of a draft voluntary code drawn up by a steering group of UK banks and consumer rights campaigners.
And as new research from financial services industry trade body, UK Finance reveals, bank account fraud – much of it carried out by means of simple confidence tricks – cost Britons more than £500 million in the first six months of 2018.
Scammers stole more than £500 million from UK bank customers in the first half of 2018, figures have shown.
The ringleader of a £2.8m fraud has been jailed for 13 years after being prosecuted by the Financial Conduct Authority.
Banks called in to help battle against consumer scams Save Save Banks stopped £1.4bn of fraud last year, but customers still lost almost £1bn through scams
Police Scotland have been asked by MPs to investigate individuals implicated in a £245 million fraud at HBOS Reading that destroyed scores of small businesses.
Kweku Adoboli wins bid to delay being deported to Ghana, which he left as a four-year-old
Supporters of a former UBS trader facing deportation to Ghana after being convicted of fraud are preparing an 11th hour legal challenge to try and keep him in the UK.
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