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New York PostJudge gives HSBC two-week extension on money-laundering reportNew York PostA Brooklyn federal judge on Tuesday extended by two weeks the deadline for UK bank HSBC to redact portions of a potentially explosive anti-money-laundering report. Judge John Gleeson. who has already rejected requests from the Justice Department and ...HSBC money laundering report's release likely delayed: US judgeReuters UKHSBC money laundering report's release likely delayed-US jLondon South East (registration) (blog)all 26 news articles »
AOL Money UKSurge in number of fake current account applicationsAOL Money UKCriminals see current accounts as a lucrative target as they can max out an overdraft as well as using the accounts as a "gateway" to commit other frauds, including making bogus loan and credit card applications. The increase in current account fraud ...Current account fraud doubles – how to stop criminals in their tracksMirror.co.ukall 8 news articles »
This is MoneyChallenger bank Vanquis flogs credit cards with 40% interest rates in the street as household debt boomsThis is MoneyBank staff are flogging expensive credit cards to shoppers in town centres and outside fast-food restaurants despite fears that Britain is heading towards a new credit crunch. In a disturbing development, Money Mail has discovered that lending bosses ...
Mirror.co.ukCurrent account fraud doubles – how to stop criminals in their tracksMirror.co.ukAlong with fraudulent current account applications, credit card and insurance policy fraud also saw a big rise in 2015. Much like current account fraud, credit card fraud was largely driven by identity theft. “There is a significant knowledge gap ...and more »
This is MoneyWell-off, hard-working and never late paying bills: Yet perfect borrowers are refused a mortgage because they're too oldThis is Money'We could raise the money by selling up and trading down, but we don't want to do that.' They're not alone. The Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) says that 1.9 million borrowers had wholly interest-only mortgages at the end of 2014. A further 460,000 ...Mortgage fees at 21-month highMoney Marketall 36 news articles »
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Judge gives HSBC two-week extension on money-laundering report - New York Post

New York PostJudge gives HSBC two-week extension on money-laundering reportNew York PostA Brooklyn federal judge on Tuesday extended by two weeks the deadline for UK bank HSBC to redact portions of a potentially explosive anti-money-laundering report. Judge John Gleeson. who has already rejected requests from the Justice Department and ...HSBC money laundering report's release likely delayed: US judgeReuters UKHSBC money laundering report's release likely delayed-US jLondon South East (registration) (blog)all 26 news articles »
(10-02-2016)

Surge in number of fake current account applications - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UKSurge in number of fake current account applicationsAOL Money UKCriminals see current accounts as a lucrative target as they can max out an overdraft as well as using the accounts as a "gateway" to commit other frauds, including making bogus loan and credit card applications. The increase in current account fraud ...Current account fraud doubles – how to stop criminals in their tracksMirror.co.ukall 8 news articles »
(10-02-2016)

Challenger bank Vanquis flogs credit cards with 40% interest rates in the street as household debt booms - This is Money

This is MoneyChallenger bank Vanquis flogs credit cards with 40% interest rates in the street as household debt boomsThis is MoneyBank staff are flogging expensive credit cards to shoppers in town centres and outside fast-food restaurants despite fears that Britain is heading towards a new credit crunch. In a disturbing development, Money Mail has discovered that lending bosses ...
(10-02-2016)

Current account fraud doubles – how to stop criminals in their tracks - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukCurrent account fraud doubles – how to stop criminals in their tracksMirror.co.ukAlong with fraudulent current account applications, credit card and insurance policy fraud also saw a big rise in 2015. Much like current account fraud, credit card fraud was largely driven by identity theft. “There is a significant knowledge gap ...and more »
(10-02-2016)

Well-off, hard-working and never late paying bills: Yet perfect borrowers are refused a mortgage because they're too old - This is Money

This is MoneyWell-off, hard-working and never late paying bills: Yet perfect borrowers are refused a mortgage because they're too oldThis is Money'We could raise the money by selling up and trading down, but we don't want to do that.' They're not alone. The Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) says that 1.9 million borrowers had wholly interest-only mortgages at the end of 2014. A further 460,000 ...Mortgage fees at 21-month highMoney Marketall 36 news articles »
(10-02-2016)

HSBC money laundering report's release likely delayed: US judge - Reuters UK

Reuters UKHSBC money laundering report's release likely delayed: US judgeReuters UKBut Hubert Dean Moore of Pennsylvania, who said he had been an HSBC mortgage customer before filing for bankruptcy, asked that it be unsealed so he could review whether HSBC "continues to engage in unsafe and unsound business practices.".Judge gives HSBC two-week extension on money-laundering reportNew York PostHSBC money laundering report's release likely delayed-US jLondon South East (registration) (blog)all 26 news articles »
(09-02-2016)

HSBC money laundering report's release likely delayed - US judge - Reuters UK

Reuters UKHSBC money laundering report's release likely delayed - US judgeReuters UKBut Hubert Dean Moore of Pennsylvania, who said he had been an HSBC mortgage customer before filing for bankruptcy, asked that it be unsealed so he could review whether HSBC "continues to engage in unsafe and unsound business practices.".and more »
(09-02-2016)

Sugar babies who get rich older men to fund their extravagant student lifestyles - Daily Mail

Daily MailSugar babies who get rich older men to fund their extravagant student lifestylesDaily MailBut these undergrads aren't turning to loan sharks or spiralling into thousands of pounds worth of credit card debit. Instead, they have turned to the world's largest online dating website that .... 'I don't want loads of awkward encounters, despite ...
(09-02-2016)

As Deutsche Bank Chief Turns to Legal Woes, Here's What He Faces - Bloomberg

BloombergAs Deutsche Bank Chief Turns to Legal Woes, Here's What He FacesBloombergIn a more recent development, the bank is being investigated by U.S. and U.K. authorities over whether its internal controls failed to catch some $10 billion in transactions that may have moved money out of Russia, people familiar with the matter have ...and more »
(09-02-2016)

How to Save Money by Using a Money Transfer Credit card - The Market Oracle

The Market OracleHow to Save Money by Using a Money Transfer Credit cardThe Market OracleResearch from Moneyfacts.co.uk reveals that borrowers could save over £70 a year in overdraft fees by using a money transfer card: a borrower needing £500 would pay only £8.45 with a card charging a one-off fee of 1.69% (the lowest currently available) ...Save over £70 a year using a money transfer cardmoneyfacts.co.ukall 2 news articles »
(09-02-2016)

10 investment mistakes to avoid this ISA season - Interactive Investor

10 investment mistakes to avoid this ISA seasonInteractive InvestorThe golden rule for any investor - new and experienced - is always to take advantage of your annual tax wrappers, such as the ISA and pension allowance. Investing is about getting ... Investors are driven by human behaviour and often sell only after ...and more »
(09-02-2016)

Behind China's $720 Million Bet on British Tech Startups - Bloomberg

BloombergBehind China's $720 Million Bet on British Tech StartupsBloombergZai said Cocoon was targeting the U.K. in part because startup valuations were more attractive than in China, where there is too much money chasing every good idea, or Silicon Valley, which has already seen an influx of Chinese investment in recent ...and more »
(09-02-2016)

IFAs investigated after multi-thousand pound pensions now worth £1 - Money Observer

IFAs investigated after multi-thousand pound pensions now worth £1Money ObserverInvestors are being warned to be vigilant before transferring their pensions and investing in unregulated products, as law firm Hugh James takes on 300 cases of mis-sold self-invested personal pensions (Sipps). The investors have seen the value of ...and more »
(09-02-2016)

You couldn't ask for a clearer chart showing that negative interest rates fuel property bubbles - Business Insider

Business InsiderYou couldn't ask for a clearer chart showing that negative interest rates fuel property bubblesBusiness InsiderYou can't find a clearer warning that ultra-low, zero, or negative interest rates fuel bubbles in the property market. Rates go down, house prices go up. Low interest rates let consumers borrow mortgage money at ultra-low rates. That increases the ...and more »
(09-02-2016)

Liverpool are a lightning-rod for fans' fury when football and business collide - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukLiverpool are a lightning-rod for fans' fury when football and business collideTelegraph.co.ukNobody told Jurgen Klopp his job would extend to conflict resolution. Nowhere in the offer did it say he would be the diplomat in a war between Liverpool fans and a sports/media model dropped on one of the most deprived neighbourhoods in Britain.and more »
(09-02-2016)
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