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    • newBanking sector cautiously backs May's Brexit deal
      Agreement is ‘workable’ but firms still expanding offices in Ireland and on continentBanks and other financial services companies have cautiously backed progress around the Brexit deal, though firms are pushing ahead with job moves and expansion…
      - 4 hours ago, 15 Nov 18, 8:26am -
    • IMF says governments could set up their own cryptocurrencies
      Christine Lagarde praises rebel technology as ‘safe, cheap, and potentially semi-anonymous’Governments should consider offering their own cryptocurrencies to prevent the systems becoming havens for fraudsters and money launderers, Christine Lagar…
      - 2 days ago, 13 Nov 18, 8:30pm -
    • Overhaul of UK's poor banking culture is slow, admits standards chair
      Banking Standards Board tells MPs care for vulnerable customers continues to fall shortLittle progress has been made on fixing the UK’s poor banking culture, five years on from a major industry inquiry meant to address lender misconduct, the chair…
      - 2 days ago, 13 Nov 18, 12:30pm -
    • Top law firm linked to subject of UK's first unexplained wealth order
      Mishcon de Reya advised British Virgin Islands company owned by Zamira HajiyevaOne of London’s most prestigious law firms and the Swiss arm of Barclays Bank provided services to an offshore company owned by a woman who has recently been named as th…
      - 2 days ago, 13 Nov 18, 9:34am -
    • Addison Lee drivers challenge clients to uphold UN pledges
      Unions confront Deutsche Bank and others in campaign for better pay Taxi drivers are ramping up a campaign for better pay and union recognition from Addison Lee by challenging the company’s major corporate clients to uphold commitments signed under…
      - 4 days ago, 11 Nov 18, 12:10pm -
    • NatWest customers dumped and left unable to pay bills
      Britons are having their accounts closed as anti-terrorism and money laundering rules biteIs NatWest secretly conducting a purge of customers who have links to countries it doesn’t like the look of?A 26-year-old Londoner saving up to buy his first…
      - 5 days ago, 10 Nov 18, 2:00am -
    • New Goldman Sachs boss faces 1MDB fallout
      Wall Street’s most famous bank finds itself under scrutiny following charges against former employeesThe new chief executive of Goldman Sachs, part-time DJ David Solomon, was probably hoping to give his image a more professional sheen when he stepp…
      - 6 days ago, 9 Nov 18, 2:53pm -
    • Bank of England stages day of war games to combat cyber-attacks
      Spate of data breaches in financial sector prompts voluntary exercise to test resilienceThe Bank of England (BoE) is staging a day-long war gaming exercise on Friday designed to test the resilience of the financial system in the event of a major cybe…
      - 6 days ago, 9 Nov 18, 4:54am -
    • Why is Barclays so slow over lost funds?
      I tried to transfer £8,500 to my ailing mother in Ghana, but the money has vanishedI transferred £8,500 from my Barclays account to my mother in Ghana two weeks ago and the money has vanished. I’ve called Barclays three times and it’s told me t…
      - 6 days ago, 9 Nov 18, 1:00am -
    • UBS will 'vigorously' defend DoJ lawsuit over financial crash
      Swiss bank has already paid $230m to New York and says it was a victim of financial crisisThe Swiss bank UBS has pledged to vigorously defend itself in a pending lawsuit by the US justice department, which has already clawed billions of dollars from…
      - 7 days ago, 8 Nov 18, 11:39am -

    The Guardian: Finacial Sector

    • newBanking sector cautiously backs May's Brexit deal
      Agreement is ‘workable’ but firms still expanding offices in Ireland and on continentBanks and other financial services companies have cautiously backed progress around the Brexit deal, though firms are pushing ahead with job moves and expansion…
      - 4 hours ago, 15 Nov 18, 8:26am -
    • Overhaul of UK's poor banking culture is slow, admits standards chair
      Banking Standards Board tells MPs care for vulnerable customers continues to fall shortLittle progress has been made on fixing the UK’s poor banking culture, five years on from a major industry inquiry meant to address lender misconduct, the chair…
      - 2 days ago, 13 Nov 18, 12:30pm -
    • Bank of England stages day of war games to combat cyber-attacks
      Spate of data breaches in financial sector prompts voluntary exercise to test resilienceThe Bank of England (BoE) is staging a day-long war gaming exercise on Friday designed to test the resilience of the financial system in the event of a major cybe…
      - 6 days ago, 9 Nov 18, 4:54am -
    • KPMG to drop non-audit services for its FTSE 350 clients
      First of big four makes move amid pressure over high-profile accounting failuresThe accountancy firm KPMG will stop providing non-audit services to big listed companies whose finances they are inspecting after coming under intense pressure over perce…
      - 7 days ago, 8 Nov 18, 12:43pm -
    • Head of UK accounting watchdog to quit amid criticism over Carillion
      Stephen Haddrill’s departure could even lead to abolition of Financial Reporting CouncilThe head of Britain’s accounting watchdog is to quit next year amid strong criticism of the regulator following the collapse of Carillion.Stephen Haddrill wil…
      - 13 days ago, 2 Nov 18, 2:31pm -
    • The City should calm down – it could end up becoming a rule taker | Nils Pratley
      Whatever Brexit deal on financial services has been mooted, it’s unlikely to have reached the nitty-gritty stageThe City should not celebrate too soon. If an EU-UK deal on financial services is in prospect, it won’t be the one that was originally…
      - 14 days ago, 1 Nov 18, 3:26pm -
    • Brexit: No 10 denies financial services deal has been reached
      Downing Street says reports are untrue although it continues to make progressDowning Street has quashed speculation that a Brexit agreement has been reached on financial services, after an overnight report that a tentative deal had been struck caused…
      - 14 days ago, 1 Nov 18, 9:50am -
    • EU prepares for a no-deal Brexit amid lack of progress on talks
      EU seminars will cover citizens’ rights, transport, border controls and financial servicesThe European Union is pressing ahead with plans for a no-deal Brexit, amid uncertainty about when high-level negotiations will resume.With 149 days until Brex…
      - 15 days ago, 31 Oct 18, 6:24am -
    • No-deal Brexit would trigger lengthy UK recession, warns S&P
      Credit agency warns of property price falls, unemployment doubling and inflation spiking in latest grim forecastBritain’s economy will suffer rising unemployment and falling household incomes that would trigger a recession should Theresa May fail t…
      - 16 days ago, 30 Oct 18, 3:45pm -
    • Fears for hundreds of jobs as Sports Direct buys up Evans Cycles
      Half of cycle shop’s 62 UK stores half could close after sports retailer buys firm out of administrationMike Ashley’s Sports Direct has bought Evans Cycles out of administration but has warned that it may have to close half the specialist retaile…
      - 16 days ago, 30 Oct 18, 12:41pm -

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