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Iceland to sentence ninth banker found guilty of market manipulation that helped caused ...

Iceland to sentence ninth banker found guilty of market manipulation that helped caused 2008 crash
By Alexandra Sims Iceland has differed from the rest of Europe and the US by allowing bankers to be prosecuted as criminals Iceland has found nine senior bankers guilty for crimes relating to the economic meltdown in 2008. The Supreme Court ...

Gabling Compliance - Positive outlook for UK's online gaming industry

Gabling Compliance - Positive outlook for UK's online gaming industry
Posted by: Ted Menmuir Growth in Britain’s online gambling industry is expected to remain robust, with turnover set to break £3bn in the next two years despite the Government’s point of consumption tax (PoC). A new report by ...

Credit Suisse fined by SEC for misleading investorsle...

Credit Suisse fined by SEC for misleading investorsle...
By: Alistair Gray in New York Employees at Swiss group’s private bank misrepresented financial metric to meet performance targets US regulators have slapped a $90m penalty on Credit Suisse after finding employees at its private bank...

Swiss suspect Ponzi scheme used to conceal 1MDB losses

Swiss suspect Ponzi scheme used to conceal 1MDB losses
by: Ralph Atkins in Zurich and Jeevan Vasagar in Singapore Switzerland steps up pressure on Malaysia over corruption allegations Switzerland has stepped up pressure on Malaysia over corruption allegations linked to the 1MDB state ...

Cantor Fitzgerald affiliate pays $22.5 million to end illegal gambling investigation

Cantor Fitzgerald affiliate pays $22.5 million to end illegal gambling investigation
By Alex Hammond An affiliate of Cantor Fitzgerald, a financial firm that over the last decade moved deeply into the gambling business by applying Wall Street technology, agreed to pay $22.5 million to close an investigation into past involvement with money ...

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