The lawsuit targets some of the major banks, such as JPMorgan Chase & Co., Barclays Capital, Citi, and Bank of America Corp.
FinTech revenue increased by 17% to £166.7 million in the year to end-February 2019, on the back of expansion of services provided to clients and new contract wins.
The company incurred non-operating expenses of $4.3 million related to corporate action costs from discussions with Currencies Direct.
The Government has revised its proposed restitution figure to $183,530 but the defendant disagrees.
The consumer notice is published amid growing volume of questions about London Capital & Finance and uncertainty on whether its clients are entitled to any compensation.
The shares will continue to be traded on the New York Stock Exchange.
Finablr’s entire issued ordinary share capital has today been admitted to trading on the London Stock Exchange’s Main Market for listed securities under the ticker “FIN”.
The Financial Services Compensation Scheme declared 21 firms in default from February 1, 2019 to April 30, 2019.
On the back of recent client feedback, IG has enabled traders to customize the Stochastic and KDJ indicator levels on charts.
The sentence date, initially set for May 20, 2019, will be rescheduled shortly.
The defendants will pay $830,000 in full and final satisfaction of any and all claims the Trustee and the Debtors’ estates have.
David Josephs is currently Vice President and Head of Visa Direct at Visa Europe and Leanna Kuo is Vice President North America Corporate Accounting at Visa Inc.
The merger with FIS was not a part of the agenda of the meeting.
During the period of Mr Conlon’s treatment Seamus Keating, Chairman of FD, will provide additional executive and governance support.
The Court’s ruling, however, does not address whether such deposition testimony will be admissible during trial.
Further and final consideration of up to £0.325 million may be payable in the future.
MUFG has confirmed the receipt of a decision from the European Commission requiring MUFG Bank to pay €69.75 million.
RBS, together with NatWest Markets, have been fined a total of EUR 249.2 million over participation in an FX cartel.
European Commission slaps €1.07bn fine on Barclays, RBS, Citigroup, JPMorgan and MUFG for spot FX cartel participation
The Commission has fined the banks for taking part in two cartels in the Spot FX market for 11 currencies.