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Fines On Banks Don’t Hurt As Much As The Associated Reputation Damage

Share-price losses after mis-selling scandals can be up to 10 times the size of the fine.

When a bank behaves badly, any fines or compensation orders it receives are amplified by losses in stock price due to reputational damage – but only when the misconduct directly affects customers, investors, or suppliers, research from the University of Oxford has found. 503 more words

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ISIS Inflicts Heavy Defeat on Rival Terrorists in Southern Syria

Following up on heavy clashes against the Free Syrian Army-linked fighters in the Southwestern countryside of Dara’a that started during late Tuesday afternoon, ISIS terrorists renewed their assault on Thursday, again with the support of heavy weapons such as artillery and tanks. 141 more words


Use your HSA or FSA to get those frames you crave

When Flexible Savings Accounts (FSA) and Health Savings Accounts (HSA) enter the conversation, often the mood in the room tends to just go dead. Truth is, it’s hard to give up our hard-earned money, every single paycheck – money that may or may not be used on eligible health items. 399 more words

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Israel and ISIS Launch New Joint Attacks against Syria | Syria News

Israel and ISIS are again collaborating in joint attacks against the Syrian Arab Republic, in response to the recent gains by the Syrian Arab Army in liberating various villages, especially of Idlib governate — the invaded home of foreign takfiri.  84 more words


The problem with regulation is that you eventually run out of other peoples' money

Panacea comment for Financial Advisers and Paraplanners

8 Jan 2018

Regulation, we are told, is a vital part of society, it is local, national, European and some cases global yet despite its ever invasive, viral presence in UK society it seems that the more we regulate the worse it gets. 1,476 more words

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