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- NEWS IN BRIEF. // Money Marketing;12/16/2010, p2
The article offers business-related news briefs in Great Britain including the payment made by Aviva to clients, fines set for former Pacific Continental stockholders, and the call of the government for financial services industry to develop simple savings and protection products.
- NEWS: IN BRIEF. // Mortgage Strategy;5/30/2011, p8
The article offers news briefs related to financial services industry in Great Britain in 2011 including the 14 banks and building societies placed by Moody's Investors Service Inc. in downgrade review, the 3.5 million pounds fine of the Bank of Scotland for mishandling complaints and the...
- Double jeopardy. Cicutti, Nic // Money Marketing;5/21/2009, p37
In this article, the author discusses the involvement of the Financial Services Authority (FSA) on a mission to turn itself in to the biggest public sector employer in Great Britain. He questions on the how FSA can afford to pay for its massive recruitment drive. The author says that FSA seems...
- Top 10 stories online this week... // Money Marketing;6/13/2013, p32
A list of the top 10 stories in the financial services industry in Great Britain is presented, which includes the closure of regional sales offices of investment management firm Aegon, fine imposed by the British Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) on financial consultancy firm Sesame and the...
- FSCS lands Liontrust with Â£415,000 interim charge. Salih, Chris // Money Marketing;2/10/2011, p22
The article reports that the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) has billed an interim levy of 415,000 pounds to Liontrust in Great Britain.
- FSA fines since April set to go to Treasury. Tolley, Steve // Mortgage Strategy (Online Edition);7/3/2012, p7
The article reports on the plan of the British Chancellor George Osborne to legislate for all fines after April 2011 to go to Treasury after the Libor scandal which saw Barclays being fined with 59.5 million British pounds.
- Cash from fines should go to FSCS to reduce fees. // Mortgage Strategy;7/9/2012, p018
A letter to the editor is presented which suggests to give fines imposed by the Financial Services Authority (FSA) to the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) in order to reduce fees in Great Britain.
- News This Week: Foreign. // Finance Week;1/29/2004, p6
Reports on fine imposed by the British Financial Services Authority against the Bank of Scotland for breaching money laundering rules.
- Banks fined $4.4 billion over forex manipulation. Baert, Rick // Pensions & Investments;11/24/2014, Vol. 42 Issue 24, p14
The article reports on fines imposed by financial regulatory agencies in the U.S., Great Britain, and Switzerland on several financial services firms including Citibank, J.P. Morgan Chase, and UBS based on findings that they had engaged in misconduct related to foreign exchange (forex) trading.