Grant Thornton To Recover EuroFX Investors Money

Investors around the world are always on the lookout for investment opportunities that pay out high returns in the shortest amount of time. There are hundreds of financial institutions, forex brokers and crypto companies that claim their ‘special fund’ can

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Woodford Equity Income Fund To Relaunch With New Name

Neil Woodford went from being one of the most enviable men in the UK to one of the most hated. He used to have a reputation of being the UK’s best fund manager but things went downhill and now his

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Ireland Grants Coinbase An e-Money License To Operate In The EU

Brexit hasn’t affected the fintech industry in the United Kingdom as much as the financial sector. These concerns have also hampered cryptocurrency companies who have considered moving out of the UK to mitigate these risks. Coinbase which has its non-US headquarters in London recently announced

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Saudi Aramco To Launch The World’s Biggest IPO In November

Though Saudi Aramco recently took a hit from a refinery bombing, it is not stopping the company from going ahead with its big initial public offering (IPO) which official announcements set to take place next week. This much awaited IPO

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Telegram Officially Confirms Crypto Move With ‘Gram’

Facebook has hogged most of the crypto headlines of late as its Project Libra has continued to receive flak from both financial regulators as well as former partners that belonged to the Libra Association. With the spotlight on Facebook, Telegram,

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Swiss Banks Cooperate To Help India Fight Black Money

India has been facing a crisis with the billions of dollars in black money flowing out of the country. Indian citizens have been trying to evade tax collection efforts by putting it in off-shore accounts in multiple tax havens.  Switzerland

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Six Institutions Fined By CFTC For Swap-Dealer Rules Violations

The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) has just fined some of the biggest financial institutions around the world over their reported failures. The six institutions who have been slapped with fines are HSBC Bank USA, N.A., The Northern Trust Company,

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FCA To Make Changes After Woodford Investment Disaster

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) which is the UK financial watchdog is considering putting more restrictions on how funds can be invested into companies not listed on stock exchanges. This stems from the recent suspension of the Woodford Equity Income

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