FCA and US CFTC ink FinTech innovation deal

The Financial Conduct Authority and the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) have today signed an arrangement that commits the regulators to collaborating and supporting innovative firms through each other’s financial technology initiative


Ex-Morgan Stanley FA Gets Two Years in Prison

Contrary to what they had promised the client, Geoffrey Walsh put the properties in the name of his business, failed to furnish her with loan or title papers and then sold off some of the properties without her authorization to cover his own personal expe


Bitcoin Breaks Below $6,000 as Cryptocurrency Exodus Accelerates

The rout in cryptocurrencies intensified, sending Bitcoin to its lowest level since October, as worries over tighter regulation by U.S. authorities and central bankers elsewhere gave traders fresh reasons to sell after a brutal start to 2018.