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Ex-Citi employee files wrongful termination lawsuit alleging the bank hid data from regulators

A former managing director at Citigroup is suing the bank and COO for unlawful termination on the grounds of allegedly refusing to provide regulators with false information.


US banks to struggle with climate risk data – Federal Reserve

According to a climate scenario analysis by the Federal Reserve, American banks are set to experience challenges in predicting the impact of climate change on their loan books due data and modelling difficulties.


FCA boss invited to UK parliament to address 'naming and shaming' plans

The head of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has been summoned to parliament to explain why work on the regulator's 'naming and shaming' proposal has not been halted.


Digital Token Identifier to monitor crypto-derivative risk across G20

The Digital Token Identifier Foundation (DTIF) has announced that its Digital Token Identifier (DTI) will be deployed for the regulatory reporting of digital asset derivative trades across the G20.


ECB ready to penalise UniCredit for continuing business in Russia - Reuters

The European Central Bank (ECB) is ready to impose sanctions on Italy’s UniCredit as the bank continues to participate in business with Russia.


BoE forecasting held back by out-of-date tech - Bernanke

The Bank of England has been heavily criticised by a former chairman of the US Federal Reserve for relying on outdated technology for its economic forecasts.


European taskforce calls for T+1 alignment

A group representing buy and sell-side firms and market infrastructure providers across Europe has called on the UK, Switzerland and the EU to coordinate plans to shorten the settlement cycle for securities trades.


Temenos rejects Hindenburg claims after probe completed

Shares in core banking provider Temenos have risen upon news that an investigation commissioned by the company found that accusations of mismanagement by short seller Hindenburg Research were "inaccurate and misleading".


CMA outlines competition concerns with AI Foundation Models

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has identified key risks to fair competition in AI Foundation Models (FMs), growing concerns as AI rapidly develops in the financial industry.


Lloyds Bank cuts risk dept headcount

UK high street bank Lloyds Bank is reducing the size of its risk management department because it is seen as a “blocker” to the bank’s “strategic transformation”.


China central bank launches $70bn tech lending programme

The People's Bank of China (PBoC) has announced a re-lending scheme designed to boost the country's science and tech sector.


Google sues crypto scammers using Play Store to lure victims

Google is suing two app developers who lured victims into downloading fraudulent investment apps on the Google Play Store.


Iosco to examine business models of ever-expanding exchanges

The International Organisation or Securities Commissions (Iosco) has launched a consultation paper to examine the risks associated with the evolving business models of stock exchanges and other market infrastructures.


US and UK sign agreement to regulate AI models

The governments of the UK and US have signed what they claim is the first international bilateral agreement to regulate the risks of artificial intelligence (AI) models.


Russia-linked fintechs hit with US sanctions

The US government has imposed sanctions on 13 fintechs for offering crypto-based services to Russian firms looking to evade the economic restrictions in place since the outbreak of war in Ukraine.


Celsius to exit bankruptcy with $3 billion payout

Cryptocurrency company Celsius Network has begun a $3 billion payout in an approved plan to exit bankruptcy.


Bank of England governor Andrew Bailey embraces AI - BBC

Governor Andrew Bailey confirms House of Lords' view that the AI technology should be seen as a positive, rather than a risk to business.


JP Morgan to pay $18 million for violating whistleblower protection law

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has charged JP Morgan $18 million for obstructing clients and brokerage customers from reporting breaches of law to regulatory authorities. The payments giant has agreed to pay the penalty charge.


SEC charges Morgan Stanley and former exec with fraud in block trading business

Morgan Stanley have agreed to pay $249 million to settle fraud charges and for failing to enforce information barriers in connection with the bank's block trading practices.


NatWest debanking review finds possible violation of FCA rules

A second debanking review revealed that NatWest has potentially violated Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) regulation.