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February 20, 2018 5:55 PM Laundry listLatvia’s top banking official has been accused of taking a bribe

Claims of money laundering and corruption stain Latvia’s banking system ILMARS RIMSEVICS, governor of Latvia’s central bank for the past 17 years, had been due to retire next year. Instead, he is facing calls to resign. On February 17th he was detained by Latvia’s anti-corruption authority on suspicion of taking a bribe of at least €100,000 ($123,000). The prime 14

February 3, 2018 1:47 PM Soho House finds new home with $2bn New York float

The network of private members' clubs has hired Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan to oversee a US listing, Sky News learns. Sky News can reveal that UK-based Soho House, which opened its original venue in central London in 1995, is drawing up plans for the listing, with an announcement expected around the middle of this year. The Wall Street investment banks 15

January 11, 2018 5:29 PM How to choose the best password to stay safe online

In this digital age, passwords are what keep us safe from cyber-criminals trying to hack into our social media, emails and bank accounts. Hackers have become increasingly sophisticated, meaning security is an increasing concern for people who want to keep their data and information safe. Having a secure password is one of the ways to do this. After a cyber-attacker 17

January 9, 2018 8:46 PM Cryptocurrency values plummet by €100 BILLION after a website sparks panic by unexpectedly removing South Korean exchange prices from its rates

Cryptocurrency values have plummeted by €100billion after an influential website sparked panic by removing South Korean exchange prices from its rates. Bitcoin was one of the currencies to sink when CoinMarketCap, one of the industry's most prominent global indexes, carried out the move without any warning, resulting in a steep drop in all virtual coins 4

December 20, 2017 5:02 AM Engie, Mubadala, Macquarie groups bid for Petrobras pipelines -sources

SAO PAULO, Dec 20 (Reuters) - At least three consortia, led by France's Engie SA, Australia's Macquarie Group Ltd and the United Arab Emirates' sovereign wealth fund Mubadala Development Co, delivered proposals for a Brazilian gas pipeline network owned by state oil company Petrobras, three people with knowledge of the matter said. Friday was the final 3

December 15, 2017 6:29 AM House of God hacked: Online scammer robs Derry church of £86,000

The hacker told the priest that the church computer had to be accessed remotely to fix an internet problem. An internet hacker may have just bought himself an express pass to hell for raiding the coffers of a church in Northern Ireland. According to The Irish Post, a church in Banagher in County Londonderry, fell prey to an online scam and its bank account 15

December 10, 2017 12:01 PM Bangladesh minister says wants to "wipe out" Manila bank for heist role

DHAKA, Dec 10 (Reuters) - Bangladesh's finance minister said late on Saturday he wanted to "wipe out" a Philippines bank that was used to channel $81 million stolen from the Bangladeshi central bank's account with the Federal Reserve Bank of New York last year. Abul Maal A. Muhith was responding to questions from reporters about a Reuters story on Friday 5

December 3, 2017 8:00 AM How a simple banking mistake may have cost this Gateshead couple £20,000

Money saved up to put down on a house deposit went missing during the transfer from a Santander account A bank is investigating how £20,000 of a customer’s money went into someone else’s account. Mark Leighton transferred the money from his personal account at Santander. But it never arrived at the joint account he shares with his partner Laura Maddison 12

November 30, 2017 12:36 PM Global deal on bank capital rules likely -EU official

LONDON, Nov 30 (Reuters) - A deal on global bank capital rules is likely next week, a senior European Commission official said on Thursday, though the compromise that will emerge will be tested for its impact on the EU's economy. The oversight body of the Basel Committee of banking supervisors meets on Dec. 7 and is expected to sign off on final elements 7

November 29, 2017 9:04 AM Bank of England deputy governor SLAMS Brexit doom-mongers saying there's NOTHING to fear

A BANK OF ENGLAND chief rubbished Remainers' claims a 'hard' Brexit would devastate the UK economy saying the banking system was in a good position. Sir Jon Cunliffe, deputy governor of the Bank of England, said its tests of the UK banking system showed it was resilient to a "disorderly Brexit". The tests scenarios were "more severe" than the financial 10