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Supreme Court’s downplaying of the Quincecare duty does not mean banks are off the hook on customer fraud claims

Although the Supreme Court’s decision in Philipp v Barclays has refused to extend the “Quincecare” duty of banks to assist victims of authorised push payment (“APP”) fraud , the new picture which has emerged is not quite the unqualified victory …

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Major banks fined over €1bn for FX spot trading cartel

The Commission started its investigations in the FX market as early as September 2013 and has only now made findings of anticompetitive behaviour in two settlement decisions. Interestingly, the Commission said that they will continue with other ongoing procedures concerning …

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