This week, in the punishment corner for badly behaved banks, comes news of a pounds 26m fine for
Almost two years after paying a pounds 290m fine for rigging the Libor rate, the bank has upset the regulator again, this time after almost 10 years of inadequate oversight of the way it was involved in setting the price of gold, known as the fix (seriously).
One of its former traders was banned from working in the City and the bank rapped for failures of oversight of the way the gold price is set in
Anyway, the FCA said it had fined
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