BBC NewsSheep rustlers and bank robbers: The changing face of crimeBBC NewsAs long as laws have been in place, people have been breaking them. But how has the face of crime changed over time? Following the conviction of two men for sheep rustling, BBC News takes a look at some seemingly old-fashioned crimes.
Reuters UKExclusive - US warns governments, bankers Iran sanctions still in place: sourcesReuters UKU.S. law allows the administration to enforce sanctions by targeting financial institutions in countries that do business with the state-owned National Iranian Oil Co or its subsidiaries. Companies that breach the sanctions risk fines, asset freezes ...and more »
Italy Court Won't Halt Coop Bank Law Ahead of Case ReviewBloombergAn Italian administrative court on Wednesday said it won't immediately halt the conversion of the nation's cooperative lenders into joint-stock firms as consumer groups seek to suspend the measure. The court will review the merits of the case on two ...and more »
Banks, law firms and the multimillion-pound referral networkFinancial News (subscription)The data included 6,614 law firm mandates and 9,124 bank mandates and was filtered to include only deals involving at least one of the 10 leading banks that did the bulk of the M&A in the region over that decade and at least one of nine […]