'Callously targeted investors who were often elderly and vulnerable’
Firms must ‘turn technology against criminals’
£87,410 lost per day to binary options scams
Follows an FCA criminal law suit
Former CEO John Varley charged
Pair were convicted in 2014
Part of three-year investigation
Millions of pounds lost in Ponzi scheme
Other affected investors urged to come forward
Potential rigging of SSA market
SFO initiates investigation
Police stumped as number of financial fraud cases soars
The first criminal trial over LIBOR rigging begins in London today as Tom Hayes, former trader at UBS and Citigroup, appears in court charged with eight counts of conspiring to manipulate the lending rate.
A man pretending to be from the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is cold calling people in an attempt to defraud them, the regulator has warned.
A former J.P. Morgan investment adviser has been accused of stealing at least $20m from clients and using the money to trade on his own account and to pay off his mortgage.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has warned of a scam firm using the details of investment manager BlackRock to defraud investors.
An ex-Legal & General (L&G) adviser has been jailed for five years after stealing close to half a million pounds from a vulnerable elderly couple.
The former BlackRock executive who paid £43,000 compensation for dodging train fares has said reports of his wrongdoing have been exaggerated.
A former independent financial adviser who set up a "no-risk gambling" Ponzi scheme has pleaded guilty to five counts of fraud.
The regulator has encouraged people to seek independent financial advice if approached about investing their pension, as it warned of a rise in potential scams ahead of April's pensions freedoms.
HSBC is closing accounts on Jersey belonging to customers living in the UK amid checks on their identity and addresses.
The Bank of England is being investigated by the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) in relation to liquidity auctions held during the financial crisis.
An unauthorised forex trader has been found guilty of fraud in a case brought by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
The financial regulator has launched a national campaign focused on investment fraud and how to spot potential scams.