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New Zealand government awards banking services contracts
By BBR Staff Writer
Six banks have been contracted to supply all-of-government (AOG) banking services in New Zealand for a period of up to eight years.
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PCS Edventures announces new investor relations partnership and management team changes
PCS Edventures!, today reaffirmed its commitment to building shareholder awareness and providing regular communications to its investors by hiring GreenHouse IG, LLC (GreenHouse) as the company's Investor Relations lead.
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Former silk road task force agent pleads guilty to money laundering and obstruction
By BBR Staff Writer
A former U.S. Secret Service special agent pleaded guilty today to money laundering and obstruction of justice in connection with his theft of digital currency during the federal investigation of Silk Road, an online marketplace used to facilitate the purchase and sale of illegal drugs and other contraband.
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Kenya's national assembly declines finance ministry proposal to raise core capital for banks
By BBR Staff Writer
A proposal put forth by Kenya's finance ministry to raise the minimum core capital for banks to KES5bn ($48.17m) in the next three years has been overturned by the national assembly.
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US banking regulator to revive mortgage bond lawsuits
By BBR Staff Writer
The US Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) has received permission of the 5th US Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans to sue Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs Group and Royal Bank of Scotland Group for selling $840m in mortgage bonds to a failed Texas bank by making false statements ahead of the 2008 financial crisis.
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Six global banks probed for forex rigging in South Korea
By BBR Staff Writer
South Korea’s Fair Trade Commission (FTC) is investigating the alleged involvement of six global banks in foreign-exchange market rigging.
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Five global banks might face penalties of $5bn over forex rigging
By BBR Staff Writer
A settlement between US and British authorities over rigging of currency markets could lead to five of the world’s biggest banks being slapped with penalties totaling $5bn.
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Britain's central bank to evaluate banks' readiness on dealing with illiquid markets
By BBR Staff Writer
British banks will be subjected to rigorous stress tests by the country's central bank to evaluate their readiness on mass sale of bonds by investors in delicate market situations.
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Barclays earmarks additional $1.2bn for potential forex penalties
By BBR Staff Writer
British banking and financial services company Barclays has earmarked an additional £800m ($1.2bn) in a bid to cover potential legal action and penalties related to alleged foreign exchange (forex) market rigging.
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China's central bank to pump in $60bn forex reserves into state-owned policy banks
By BBR Staff Writer
The People's Bank of China is set to back the government's overseas development plans by pumping in $60bn foreign exchange reserves into two policy banks.
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Citigroup reportedly plans to offload retail forex trading service
By BBR Staff Writer
Citigroup is reportedly planning to offload its retail forex trading service and is on the look out for a potential buyer, as per unconfirmed reports.
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UK Treasury urges Bank of England to advocate time stamps for forex trades
By BBR Staff Writer
The UK Treasury has urged the Bank of England to consider making time stamps mandatory for all trades that relate to foreign exchange.
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Indian regulator announces new guidelines for banks
By BBR Staff Writer
India’s Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) has announced a series of guidelines to allow banks to convert distressed debt into equity at a mutually agreed valuation.
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Bank of New York Mellon agrees to pay $714m to settle forex allegations
By BBR Staff Writer
Bank of New York Mellon has agreed to pay $714m to settle allegations of fraud as well as other misconduct related to overcharging pension funds and other clients for foreign exchange services.
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CME Group, Taiwan Futures Exchange announce collaboration
By BBR Staff Writer
CME Group and the Taiwan Futures Exchange (TAIFEX) have signed a letter of intent (LOI) for the potential listing on TAIFEX of US equity index-based contracts.
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