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A tale of two duties? 16/04/2015
The increased regulatory focus on director accountability should prompt a reassessment by the boards of all wealth managers of their responsibilities, writes Alan Leale-Green, managing director of London-based compliance firm CCL.

Deutsche Bank fined over Dubai private banking breaches 16/04/2015
Deutsche Bank in Dubai has been ordered by the local regulator to pay $8.4 million in a fine for breaches in its private banking business in the Gulf.

Losing secrecy in 2017 to cost Swiss CHF 600m 15/04/2015
Automatic exchange of information will end any vestiges of secrecy and could cost Swiss banks CHF 600m.

FCA fines Bank of New York Mellon £126 million 15/04/2015
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has fined the Bank of New York Mellon’s London branch and the Bank of New York Mellon International, two of the biggest custodian banks active in the UK, £126 million for failing to comply with the FCA Client Assets Sourcebook’s (CASS) custody rules between November 2007 and August 2013, primarily by co-mingling client assets.

Swiss return $19.4m of laundered money to Brazil 15/04/2015
The Swiss authorities are to return USD 19.4 million to Brazil.

The week on eprivateclient 13/04/2015
News from thewealtnet's sister publication, eprivateclient

Labour's non-dom proposals descend into farce 09/04/2015
The high profile vow by Labour leader Ed Miliband to dismantle the non-domiciled tax regime looked to be descending into farce, after it emerged that his own shadow chancellor had defended the system.

IMF calls for asset management stress tests 09/04/2015
The International Monetary funds has called for asset managers to undergo ‘stress test’ similar to the system for the banking sector.

Labour pledges 'to end non-dom tax regime' 08/04/2015
Labour leader Ed Miliband is about to announce that Britain’s 200-year-old “non-domicile” residency regime would be abolished by an incoming Labour government.

Wealth management IT firm begins MiFID II preparations 01/04/2015
JHC Systems has responded to guidance from the Wealth Management Association (WMA) and has started a project to adapt its wealth management platform, FIGARO, to accommodate new MiFID II regulations.

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