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FSA sued over ‘botched’ Cameron Farley case

By Ian Fraser Published: The Sunday Times Date: May 23rd, 2010 Investors say they lost £20m when assets were not frozen. By Ian Fraser IT was a scene that could have been straight from the pages of a John Grisham novel. When officers from the Financial Services Authority landed, unannounced, at the Edinburgh headquarters of […]

May 23rd, 2010 | Posted in Article Library,Latest Articles | Read More »

Moore: banking system cannot be rebuilt without forensic inquiry

November 3rd, 2009 Paul Moore, the whistleblower who was personally fired by HBOS chief executive Sir James Crosby for raising red flags about the bank’s sales-mad culture, appeared on Channel 4 News earlier this evening. Moore, whose testimony provided welcome relief from the disingenuous claptrap we heard from guilty bank bosses during the Treasury select […]

November 3rd, 2009 | Posted in Blog | Read More »

Are ‘Big Four’ accountants a waste of space?

Updated April 5th 2009 From the evidence submitted to the Treasury Select Committee’s inquiry into the banking crisis, one might conclude that the profession of accountancy as practiced in the UK is past its sell-by date, clinging to the vestiges of power and influence by its fingernails and in urgent need of reform. This tallies […]

April 5th, 2009 | Posted in Blog | Read More »

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