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Sweden’s largest pension fund calls on governance code amendments to reflect...

Sweden’s largest pension fund "Alecta," through its chief executive Magnus Billing, wants the corporate governance code to reflect meaningful corporate cultures and strong values.The...

Union President arrested amid conspiracy charge

Massachusetts State Police Union Ex-President and a Beacon Hill lobbyist were separately arrested at their homes for allegedly committing bribery schemes.It was the Federal...

RAM Ponzi victims go after New Zealand ANZ Bank

Victims of the Ross Asset Management ponzi scheme have been given the green light to pursue a mutli-million-dollar lawsuit against New Zealand ANZ Bank by the...

North Korea steals $1.6bn in cyber attacks

As it strives to fund its weapons programme, North Koreahas stolen a total amount of $1.6bn ($AU2.4bn) through cyber-attacks targeting crypto-forex exchanges and banks.In...

Still no boss for Wells Fargo Bank

Wells Fargo & Co. Bank is in a quagmire as to who will they chose the new CEO of their bank. With the abrupt leaving...

Two more international banks tied to Huawei technologies case

The US Citigroup Inc. and French bank BNP Paribas were reportedly involved in the escalating trade war of the US and China. The recently released...

European Raiffeisen Bank International and Danske Bank investigated for money laundering

The continuing bank scandal that hit Deustche Bank has now expanded to two more European banks. Austria Raiffeisen Bank International Estonian branch and Denmark’s Danske Bank...

Deutsche Bank fights to get back image

Deutsche Bank is trying to rebuild its banking reputation by removing itself from investment banking and revamping its corporate division in improving present business relationships and...

EU Member Brussels to revive blacklist money laundering states

Brussels is set to reintroduced a blacklist of non-EU countries that are tied to money laundering that was previously blocked by the EU capital when Saudi...

Hongkong banks sent out ads calling for calm

The protests in Hongkong are having a negative effect on the tourism and economy that local banks have placed full-page ads in newspapers imploring the restoration...
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