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Things worth reading: 5th October 2009

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Things we're reading today include: * Today's must read “New malware being used by cybercrooks does more than let hackers loot a bank account; it hides evidence of a victim’s dwindling balance by rewriting online bank statements on the fly.”New Malware Re-Writes Online Bank Statements to Cover Fraud  (Wired) Crisis …

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The Finanser’s Week: 28th September – 4th October 2009

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The biggest news stories of the week include: The European Commission has released the formal document with "feedback on the public consultation on possible end-date(s) for SEPA migration" (13 page pdf)LSE granted exclusivity for Turquoise move  (Times)'Polanski arrest was hatched by Swiss bankers' (Evening Standard)BofA CEO resigns (Reuters)Review of Michael Moore's …

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The Finanser’s Week: 28th September – 4th October 2009

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The biggest news stories of the week include: The European Commission has released the formal document with "feedback on the public consultation on possible end-date(s) for SEPA migration" (13 page pdf)LSE granted exclusivity for Turquoise move  (Times)'Polanski arrest was hatched by Swiss bankers' (Evening Standard)BofA CEO resigns (Reuters)Review of Michael Moore's …

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Things worth reading: 2nd October 2009

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Things we're reading today include … Today's must read: The European Commission has released the formal document with "feedback on the public consultation on possible end-date(s) for SEPA migration" (13 page pdf) "Among the deadlines mentioned as feasible for the migration to SCT and SDD, a majority favoured either end-2012 …

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Things worth reading: 1st October 2009

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Things we're reading today include … Today's must read BofA CEO resigns (Reuters)Bank of America's enemies list  (Business Week)Ken Lewis, chief executive of Bank of America, to step down (Guardian) Other news The secret to Goldman Sachs' good fortune (New York Post) UK banks in landmark bonus reform pledge based on G20 agreement  …

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Things worth reading: 1st October 2009

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Things we're reading today include … Today's must read BofA CEO resigns (Reuters)Bank of America's enemies list  (Business Week)Ken Lewis, chief executive of Bank of America, to step down (Guardian) Other news The secret to Goldman Sachs' good fortune (New York Post) UK banks in landmark bonus reform pledge based on G20 agreement  …

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Things worth reading: 30th September 2009

Things we're reading today include … Today's must read Finovate 2009 took place this week.  Finovate is a great show run by our friends at NetBanker, and showcases the most innovative new providers of financial services solutions.  This year's show had a range of innovators demonstrating, including: Backbase BancVue (Kasasa) …

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Things worth reading: 30th September 2009

Things we're reading today include … Today's must read Finovate 2009 took place this week.  Finovate is a great show run by our friends at NetBanker, and showcases the most innovative new providers of financial services solutions.  This year's show had a range of innovators demonstrating, including: Backbase BancVue (Kasasa) …

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Things worth reading: 30th September 2009

Things we're reading today include … Today's must read Finovate 2009 took place this week.  Finovate is a great show run by our friends at NetBanker, and showcases the most innovative new providers of financial services solutions.  This year's show had a range of innovators demonstrating, including: Backbase BancVue (Kasasa) …

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Things worth reading: 29th September 2009

Things worth reading … Today's must read:Ten Odd Economic Indicators: Hot Waitresses, Men's Underwear, Blacked-Out Football Games, and More (Time Magazine) Companies The Phone is the Wallet: A Look at mFoundry  (Payments Views) Citigroup, Microsoft Said to Take on Intuit, Mint.com   (Bloomberg)Barclays ready to pounce as Standard Life walks away …

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Things worth reading: 28th September 2009

Things we're reading today include … * Today's must see: Review of Michael Moore's new film 'Capitalism: A Love Story' in USA Today: "This is quintessential Moore, with a clear-cut agenda: Capitalism has superseded democracy, encouraged corruption and greed, and failed our nation." * G20 Wrap-up G20 agrees on time table …

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Things worth reading: 28th September 2009

Things we're reading today include … * Today's must see: Review of Michael Moore's new film 'Capitalism: A Love Story' in USA Today: "This is quintessential Moore, with a clear-cut agenda: Capitalism has superseded democracy, encouraged corruption and greed, and failed our nation." * G20 Wrap-up G20 agrees on time table …

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Things worth reading: 28th September 2009

Things we're reading today include … * Today's must see: Review of Michael Moore's new film 'Capitalism: A Love Story' in USA Today: "This is quintessential Moore, with a clear-cut agenda: Capitalism has superseded democracy, encouraged corruption and greed, and failed our nation." * G20 Wrap-up G20 agrees on time table …

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Things worth reading: 28th September 2009

Things we're reading today include … * Today's must see: Review of Michael Moore's new film 'Capitalism: A Love Story' in USA Today: "This is quintessential Moore, with a clear-cut agenda: Capitalism has superseded democracy, encouraged corruption and greed, and failed our nation." * G20 Wrap-up G20 agrees on time table …

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The Finanser’s Week: 20th September 2009 – 27th September 2009

The biggest news stories of the week include: The Financial Crisis and America’s Casino Culture (New York Times)EU unveils new 'super-regulators'  (BBC)EU brings financial supervision reform to G20 (Euractiv)Lord Turner keeps heat on bankers with further attack  (Telegraph)HSBC chairman Stephen Green pushes for banking reform despite economic recovery (Telegraph)Exchanges warn G20 …

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