Stewart Ford, the former CEO of
now-defunct "death bond" company Keydata, has lost a protracted
battle against Britain's financial regulator over a record 76
million pound ($99 million) fine and a ban from regulated
Berenberg is laying off
about 100 equities traders, back-pedalling from an expansion of
its equities sales and trading, research and corporate finance
activities, Germany's oldest bank said on Tuesday.
LONDON, Nov 6 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Millions of
British women feel "betrayed" and many are facing poverty,
campaigners said on Tuesday, as the age they can claim the state
pension rose to 65 to match that of men.
Pakistan's central bank
on Tuesday denied media reports that there had been mass data
breaches in its banking system, hours after a senior law
enforcement official told local television "almost all" banks
had been hit.
European shares ended a choppy
session in negative territory on Tuesday as investors punished
companies like Zalando that missed expectations and remained
cautious while waiting for the results of U.S. mid-term