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Turkey bans use of foreign currency in property market

Turkey bans use of foreign currency in property market
Turkey is banning the use of foreign currencies in the country's property market as it looks to stem the dramatic fall of its own currency, the lira. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan issued a decree on Thursday announcing that contracts for sales, rent and ...

£71 billion...the cost of our banks’ misconduct: Our investigation reveals the fines, fees...

£71 billion...the cost of our banks’ misconduct: Our investigation reveals the fines, fees and compensation since 2008 crisis
Britain's biggest banks have paid out £71 billion for misconduct in the decade since the financial crisis, a Mail on Sunday investigation reveals. The staggering costs for Royal Bank of Scotland, Lloyds Banking Group, Barclays and HSBC since the 2008 meltdown...

No-deal Brexit: Britons in EU could lose access to UK bank accounts

No-deal Brexit: Britons in EU could lose access to UK bank accounts
Warning comes in government ‘technical notices’ telling businesses and public how to prepare in event of no deal.Consumers would face slower and more costly credit card payments when they buy EU products, and British citizens living abroad could lose access to...

Latvia’s money-laundering mud fight

Latvia’s money-laundering mud fight
RIGA — A battle over money laundering in Latvia is getting dirty. Long notorious as a hub for cleaning illicit cash taken out of Russia and other former Soviet states, the Baltic country’s reputation has taken a further battering this year.Latvia’s...

Switzerland's ZKB to pay $98 million to end U.S. probe of tax evasion

Switzerland's ZKB to pay $98 million to end U.S. probe of tax evasion
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Swiss lender Zuercher Kantonalbank (ZKB) [ZKB.UL] has agreed to pay about $98 million to resolve a U.S. investigation into its role in tax evasion by wealthy Americans using undeclared Swiss bank accounts, a U.S. prosecutor said at a court...

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