The IRS says it has stepped-up its internal reviews, including by designing new identity-theft-screening filters, to spot such scams before refunds are issued.
Regulators and some lawmakers in Europe, the U.S. and Asia have fared little better, resorting at times to nationalist sentiment to block exchange consolidation, alongside analysis that at times seemed out of step with a world of round-the-clock global tr
On January 31, 2012, a bipartisan group of Senators introduced a bill which seeks to transition from $1 bills to $1 coins in order to save taxpayer money. The bill S. 2049 was introduced by Senators Tom Harkin and John McCain, and cosponsored by Senators
Jason Green, who led Stanford Group’s private-client group, cited the loss while being cross-examined by the defense on the fifth day of Stanford’s investor fraud trial in federal court in Houston.
Research to be released today by the Centre for the Study of Financial Innovation and PwC paints a grim picture of banking worldwide -- describing the system as sad, gloomy and "in peril" -- but also surprisingly reveals that Australian banks ar
Tan Chi Min, previously the head of delta trading with RBS's global banking and markets division in Singapore, late last year commenced a suit against the bank after his employment was terminated in November last year.
The CCO Forum agenda has been specifically tailored to address the unique needs of Middle Eastern institutions, including Islamic banking structures as well as sovereign wealth funds, family offices and takaful insurance.
“Merrill Lynch specifically designed this bonus program to bypass FINRA’s rule requiring firms to arbitrate disputes with employees, and purposefully filed expedited collection actions in New York State courts and denied those registered repre