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London's bankers can now be forced to pay back bonuses long after they've spent them

Seven years ago, London’s bankers were riding high. The collective annual bonus pool (pdf) shared by traders and bankers in the city was worth more than £11 billion ($18.6 billion), … 432 more words

July 28, 1914

FRANCE AND ENGLAND ACT.; Try to Enlist Germany’s Aid in Preventing Spread of War.

BERLIN, Tuesday, July 28. — Important conferences were held at Potsdam yesterday afternoon between the German Emperor, the Imperial Chancellor, Dr. 307 more words

Lloyds to pay $370 million to settle Libor probes

Britain-based Lloyds Banking Group will pay $370 million to U.S. and United Kingdom investigators to resolve investigations over its suspected manipulation of financial benchmarks used to set rates on trillions of dollars in loans.  11 more words

ADM/318/214: R Wilson. ADM/318/415: D Schofield.

In ADM/318/213, Laura Meade, there is correspondence regarding whether teachers were of use to the WRNS. There was reluctance to accept teachers, as the WRNS explained in that file “as we feel that your work is just as important to the Nation as ours.” 390 more words


The Uncompetitive Banks of the UK

The biggest banks of the United Kingdom face a full investigation and review of their competitive, or rather uncompetitive, practices. This will be carried out by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA). 205 more words


Lloyd's Building Reflection

A five-shot HDR taken in London on the Nikon D800 + 24mm lens and post-processed in HDR Efex Pro.