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UK Farms Bank Misconduct Fight To US, Watchdog Says

Law360, London (March 6, 2019, 7:58 PM GMT) -- Bribery and fraud laws in the U.K. are weak and have forced the country's white collar cops to outsource criminal cases against bankers and financial institutions to law enforcement authorities in the United States, according to a corruption watchdog group. 

The U.S. has levied fines 10 times greater than those imposed by the U.K. for misconduct committed by banks in London, a decade after the financial crash, a British-based think tank has said. (AP) A decade after the last financial crisis, the U.S. has levied fines 10 times greater than those imposed by the U.K. for misconduct committed by banks in...

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