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RBS braced for multi-billion-pound settlement for loan-misselling scandal

RBS braced for multi-billion-pound settlement for loan-misselling scandal
By Jill Treanor Royal Bank of Scotland is preparing to take a multi-billion-pound hit related to a toxic bond misselling scandal that dates back to the 2008 crisis. The bank, 73% owned by the British taxpayer, is reported to be mulling whether ...

UBS cries foul over $18.5M FINRA arbitration ruling

UBS cries foul over $18.5M FINRA arbitration ruling
By Jane Yi Zhang A month after losing an $18.5 million arbitration case to two former clients, UBS is now crying foul and seeking to vacate the clients' legal victory. Two of three arbitrators were not impartial judges of the merits of the case, UBS claims in...

Banks face new account information rules in bid to curb tax evasion

Banks face new account information rules in bid to curb tax evasion
By Yasmine Yahya Assistant Business Editor Banks and other financial firms now have to establish the tax residency status of all their clients under new rules to fight tax evasion. The move comes as Singapore began complying with the Common Reporting ...

Deutsche Bank to pay $95 million to end U.S. tax fraud case

Deutsche Bank to pay $95 million to end U.S. tax fraud case
By Nate Raymond and Jonathan Stempel | NEW YORK Deutsche Bank AG (DBKGn.DE) agreed to pay $95 million to resolve a U.S. government lawsuit accusing the German bank of tax fraud for using "insolvent" shell companies to hide significant...

Secretive Swiss bank accounts face new crackdown

Secretive Swiss bank accounts face new crackdown
By Ben Chapman New rules ensure details will be shared with tax authorities of other nations and vice versa The era of the secretive Swiss bank account, favoured by criminals and errant politicians alike, could be at an end following a new ...

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