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CRTC: 4 Companies Pay a Total of $92,500 for Having Violated t...

The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) recently reported that four companies have paid a total of $92,500 as part of settlements over violations of the Unsolicited Telecommunications Rules. The CRTC also imposed a ..., 1 week ago

MACC to pay Teoh's family RM600,000

Kuala Lumpur: A civil suit brought by the late Teoh Beng Hock's family against the Malaysian Anti- Corruption Commission (MACC), the Government and 12 others for negligence over his death has been settled without the case going to trial. The ...
 Sabah Daily Express1 week ago RM600k settlement for Teoh's family  Malaysian Bar1 week ago MACC to pay RM660,000 as settlement to Teoh Beng Hock family  New Straits Times1 week ago

SEC Proposes Pay Versus Performance Disclosure Rule

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) recently proposed adding new Item402(v)to Regulation S-K (Item 402(v)) to implement the pay versus performance disclosure requirements of Section 953(a) of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer ...
 National Law Review1 week ago

Saturday Papers: Amazon starts to book UK sales in Britain

Top stories Financial Times: Amazon has started to pay taxes on sales to its UK customers in Britain rather than in Luxembourg, in a climbdown after accusations that it avoided tax in its third largest market. The Guardian: Bank of England officials ...
 Citywire9 hours ago
Hindustan Times

Pak denies visa to 150 Sikhs for Dehra Sahib pilgrimage

Pakistan High Commission has rejected the visa of 150 Sikh pilgrims visiting Pakistan to commemorate the martyrdom day of 5th Sikh Guru Arjan Dev. The visa was rejected after differences over the date of observing the martyrdom day, with SGPC ...
 India Today21 hours ago Pakistan denies visa to 150 Sikh pilgrims  Press Trust of India23 hours ago

Coach Quietly Lays Off Its Canadian Part-Time Workers

Low-wage part-time Coach employees, whose total monthly pay is often less than the cost of one of the pricey handbags they sell to high-end clients, are getting the axe in the luxury retailer's 36 stores across Canada. Staff at a Coach store in ...
 Huffington Post Canada1 day ago
Christian Science Monitor

Wall Street's rap sheet just got longer with five 'guilty' banks

By Michael Corkery & Ben Protess Adding another entry to Wall Street's growing rap sheet, five big banks have agreed to pay more than $5 billion and plead guilty to multiple crimes related to manipulating foreign currencies and interest rates, ...
 Economic Times2 days ago Five Banks to Pay $5.6B Over Rate-Rigging  CFO.com2 days ago Five banks to pay almost $6 billion in fines for rate rigging  Christian Science Monitor2 days ago Libor case: World's 5 largest banks to plead guilty, pay $5.7 billion  Economic Times2 days ago

Barclays to pay heavily for Forex rigging

British bank Barclays announced on Wednesday that it has agreed to pay a total fine of 1.533 billion Pounds (or $2.4 billion) to British and American regulators for the manipulation of foreign exchange and currency. Barclays will pay $710 million ...
 The Statesman2 days ago Barclays fined 1.5 bn pounds for forex rigging  Chennai Online2 days ago Barclays fined 1.5 bln pounds for forex rigging  Individual.com2 days ago

US Department of Justice confirms foreign exchange criminal charges and fines for global banks

Citicorp, JPMorgan Chase, Barclays and RBS have all accepted the charges and agreed to pay more than $2.5 billion in criminal fines while a fifth bank, UBS, has pled guilty to manipulating the London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) and other ...
 Out-Law.com1 day ago Six global banks cop $US6bn in fines  Geelong Advertiser2 days ago Global banks to pay over $US5.6bn in forex, Libor penalties  Herald Sun2 days ago 5 Banks To Plead Guilty To Criminal Rigging Charges, Pay $5.6 Billion For Manipulating Markets  Zero Hedge2 days ago
US News & World Report

Big Fines No Longer Cutting It for Bank Offenses

Banks are being held to a higher standard. News that a handful of the world's major financial institutions will pay billions of dollars in fines and plead guilty to felony charges for conspiring to manipulate currency rates signals that ...
 US News & World Report2 days ago
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