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FCA admits flaws in the anti-money laundering regime for banks 25/05/2016 Clients have expressed “enormous frustrations” at the way UK banks have been closing or curtailing accounts under their de-rerisking initiatives, a survey on behalf of the Financial Conduct Authority has founded.
Singapore authorities order BSI to close after 'worst ever case of gross misconduct' 24/05/2016 The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) announced it has ordered the closure of Switzerland’s BSI Bank in Singapore, a bank whose executives have become mired in the Malaysian state fund 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) scandal.
Wealth management: faster convergence between Asia and Europe 24/05/2016 The business models for private banking in Europe and Asia have historically been regarded as very different but could the two been starting to converge? Michel Longhini, chief executive Private Banking at UBP thinks so.. FCA bans former Keydata compliance officer, but withholds big fine 19/05/2016 Knadel and Cordium team up to offer 'boutique consulting' in response to increased regulatory pressures 19/05/2016 FCA fines and bans Towry man for insider trading 13/05/2016 The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has fined Towry financial adviser Mark Taylor £36,285 and banned him for a period of at least two years after he misused information to buy Ashcourt Rowan shares. Value for money could be wealth managers' next challenge, warns Standard Life Wealth's CEO 13/05/2016 Wealth managers will need to demonstrate that they are providing value for money as this is likely to be the next focus of the UK’s regulators, Richard Charnock, chief executive of Standard Life Wealth (SLW) predicts.
MiFID II could reduce clients' range of investments, PAM Annual Front Office Dinner hears 11/05/2016 MiFID II could limit the range of investments available to clients, diners at the inaugural PAM Front Office Dinner heard last night.
Panama seizes local bank amid US-led assault on global money laundering operation 06/05/2016 Panama regulators have taken control of a local bank, Balboa Bank & Trust as part of operation to break up what is alleged to be a worldwide money laundering scheme for drugs money.
Coutts 'embroiled in Malaysia's 1MDB scandal' – report 03/05/2016 The inquiry by Swiss regulator FINMA into Swiss accounts at Coutts relates to alleged corruption at Malaysian state investment fund 1MDB, the Financial Times reported, quoting as its sources two unidentified people “familiar with the matter”.
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