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Things worth reading: 23rd September 2010

Things we're reading today include …

Something nice

Mobile Money Wins the Social and Economic Innovation Award 2010
Payments News

Vince Cable's speech

Vince Cable attacks bankers as 'spivs and gamblers'The Telegraph
Vince Cable criticised over 'odd' and 'emotional' attack on bankersThe Telegraph
Peston on Cable's attack on the CityBBC
Vince Cable's speech in fullThe Telegraph

HSBC Chairman

HSBC investors against Michael Geoghegan becoming chairmanThe Telegraph
Trouble at top of HSBC as bank furiously denies CEO quit threatThe Independent
HSBC chairman contenders: Sir Simon RobertsonThe Telegraph
HSBC chairman contenders: Michael GeogheganThe Telegraph
HSBC chairman contenders: John ThorntonThe Telegraph

Regulators

FSA fines law firm over Lehman product salesThe Independent
EU financial services reform passes final hurdleFinancial Times
US exchanges move to ban 'stub quotes'Financial Times
Bill combating China currency to advance Washington Post
Wen hits out over yuan criticismBBC
U.S. presses for fewer Western Europeans on the IMF board Washington Post
New bank capital rules won't stop crises, says top financial trade body The Telegraph

 

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