The pound’s longer, sharper Brexit shock
By: John Authers
Sterling’s sharp sell-off represents a challenge by forex markets to the UK government
The result of June’s EU referendum was a shock for the foreign exchange markets — one of the biggest ever. It is now
clear that the...
UK faces Brexit divorce bill of up to €20bn
By: Alex Barker in Brussels and George Parker in London
Unpaid budget appropriations, pension liabilities and other commitments make up total
Britain is facing a divorce bill from the EU for as much as €20bn, according to a Financial ...
Singapore charges 2 former BSI bankers in 1MDB probe
by: Jennifer Hughes and Don Weinland in Hong Kong Filing of charges is latest development in series of global investigations into Malaysian fund
Singapore has charged two former employees of Swiss private bank BSI with criminal offences including ...
Singapore shuts second Swiss bank over 1MDB corruption scandal
By: Michael Peel in Bangkok, Don Weinland in Hong Kong and Ralph Atkins in Vienna
Monetary authority orders closure of Falcon Private Bank and fines UBS and DBS
Authorities in Europe and Asia have cracked down on an Abu ...
SEC Announces Enforcement Results for FY 2016
Increase in Actions Involving Investment Advisers, FCPA Violations; Most Ever Whistleblower Money Distributed in a Single Year
The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced that, in fiscal year 2016, it filed 868 enforcement actions exposing ...