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The Scotsman

RBS closes the “bad bank” it set up to sell 'toxic' assets
The Scotsman
Royal Bank of Scotland has finally closed the “bad bank” it set up nearly a decade ago to sell a slew of unwanted and “toxicassets after the lender was rescued in a £45 billion taxpayer bailout. RBS, still more than 70 per cent‑owned by the state ...
RBS brings curtain down on 'toxic' bankBBC News
Royal Bank of Scotland shuts 'bad bank' that took £50bn hitFinancial Times
RBS closes 'bad bank' as Government refreshes privatisation plansBelfast Telegraph
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What Bubbles Will Pop In 2018? - Forbes

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Forbes

What Bubbles Will Pop In 2018?
Forbes
Big picture geopolitical risks that may affect asset allocation are mostly tied to Trump trade talks with Mexico, Canada and China; North Korea going ballistic; and Saudi Arabia escalating its fight with Iran. In the meantime, emerging market stocks ...

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Seeking Alpha

Regulators Must Investigate Bitcoin And Tether
Seeking Alpha
I examined the flow of funds originating from Tether Limited and determined that Tethers are being funneled to other exchanges through Bitfinex. Third party deposit addresses are used to obfuscate the paper trail. Bitfinex imposed a withdrawal minimum ...


Business Standard

News digest: GST rate cut, toxic assets, Koramangala, and more
Business Standard
Companies, including FMCG firms, might be prosecuted if their retailers do not immediately cut the prices of products whose goods and services tax (GST) rates have been slashed. Union Finance Secretary Hasmukh Adhia says the retailers or the companies ...

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Business Standard

Resale curbs likely in toxic asset auctions | Business Standard News
Business Standard
Read more about Resale curbs likely in toxic asset auctions on Business Standard. Govt recently issued an ordinance to debar wilful defaulters, those with one year or more NPA, from bidding.

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Business Standard

Bad-debt pioneer Arcil has sobering advice for India's toxic asset buyers
Business Standard
As local and foreign investors line up to pick bargains out of India's $207-billion bad loan debacle, one of the country's most seasoned managers of distressed assets has some sobering advice: Be prepared to stay for the long haul and deal with ...


BTCMANAGER

The Grassroots Redistribution Scheme of Bitcoin | BTCMANAGER
BTCMANAGER
The onset of the information age has come to a fore in bitcoin. The cryptocurrency forges together the pieces of financial instability with humanity's inevitable move to the technologically fantastic. Naturally, this comes with more than a handful of ...
Bitcoin (USD) Price, Market Cap, Charts, News - CoinDeskCoinDesk
Bitcoin buyers should be prepared to lose all their money, top UK regulator warnsCNBC
Regulator warns Bitcoin buyers: Be ready to lose all your moneyBBC News

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Dawn of private Asset Management companies in Nigeria?
Lexology
On the back of declining international commodity prices (particularly, crude oil) and its consequent impact on risk assets in the Nigerian financial industry (the “Industry”), the Central Bank of Nigeria (“CBN”) recognised the need to proactively widen ...


Telegraph.co.uk

RBS finally closes its 'bad bank'
Telegraph.co.uk
RBS has taken another big step towards putting the financial crisis behind it after closing the 'bad bank' it set up to wind down hundreds of billions of pounds worth of toxic assets. In an internal memo to staff the taxpayer-controlled lender said it ...


Belfast Telegraph

Financial Services Authority 'did not intend to press Lloyds into buying HBOS'
Belfast Telegraph
The acquisition left Lloyds with toxic assets and it was later forced to take a Government bailout worth £20.3 billion, which has been partly blamed on the takeover. Helen Davies QC, for Lloyds, has called the case “fundamentally flawed at every level ...

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