A former senior Barclays executive has denied “play-acting” in a call with a colleague and co-defendant that prosecutors allege was an artificial attempt to emphasize that Qatari investors had agreed to a 1.5% commission for investing in the bank.
Circular No 266/2019 Dated 28 Nov 2019To Members of the Malaysian BarWe refer to Circular 173/2019 (http://www.barcouncil.org.my/circular/2019/173/CircularNo173-2019.pdf) dated 30 Aug 2019 entitled 20 ... Read more
It is with great sadness that we record that Awtar Singh A/L Mukha Singh, who was a partner of Messrs Awtar Ghazali Augustine Co. in Ipoh, Perak, passed away on 25 Nov 2019.Awtar Singh A/L Mukha Singh ... Read more
Three financial institutions have won their legal challenge against the European Union’s central resolution authority over the method it used to calculate their contributions to the bloc’s fund for he ... Read more
Europe’s financial markets watchdog has called on lawmakers to toughen up disclosure rules to compel the bloc’s biggest companies to be consistent when they tell investors whether they are meeting env ... Read more
HSBC and Santander are to refund millions of pounds to more than 100,000 customers after they breached rules requiring them to send alerts to customers about unplanned overdrafts, the Competition and ... Read more