Regulatory review will probe role in countering fraud

June 2011
Design Week (Online Edition);6/30/2011, p24
Trade Publication
The article presents information on the launch of a thematic review into banks' procedures by regulators for finding and containing investment fraud. It reflects that the review will allow banks in countering the unauthorised businesses like ponzi schemes and boiler room. It informs that theses schemes may be prompted by low investment returns offered by mainstream financial institutions.


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