Expert opinion

Coalition rabble-rousing, on refugees or franking credits, is beneath contempt

It is now abundantly clear that the Morrison government regards the voters and our national institutions with complete contempt. This contempt, of course, has been building as the Coalition gets more desperate […]

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The value of the customs union to the UK is overrated

The Corn Laws. The tariff reform debate of the early 20th century. Imperial preference in the 1930s. There have been times in Britain’s modern history when trade policy has really mattered, breaking […]

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Expert opinion

Cryptocurrency market: alarming symptoms

Today, the cryptocurrency market is on the stage of formation. Due to this, one can distinguish various advantages and disadvantages in this area. Major financial institutions have legitimate concerns about the expansion […]

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CBIC again defers e-sealing on deposit, removal of goods from customs warehouses

Now that we know that Boris Johnson will “get Brexit done” by the end of January 2020, what are the implications for English as an official language of the European Union and […]

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Expert opinion / Financial crimes / Сryptocurrencies

Crypto Scam: Formula One Team Sponsorer Vanishes After Lying for a Year

Financial.org, an unregulated financial advisory firm, shut down operations. The British firm blocked and converted users funds to a cryptocurrency, FOIN. It was a lead sponsor-er of Formula F1 team Williams Martini […]

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Expert opinion / Сryptocurrencies

Facebook’s plan for a cryptocurrency is right to set alarm bells ringing

Now that Wimbledon is over, if you’re looking for something interesting to watch, can I suggest heading over to the video of last week’s interrogation by the US Senate committee on banking, housing and […]

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Expert opinion

Capitalism is having an identity crisis – but it is still the best system

Capitalism has been blamed for the bad behaviour of the banks – which is akin to blaming democracy for voter fraud Capitalism is clearly having an identity crisis, when it becomes a […]

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Expert opinion

Tony Abbott played us for fools on electricity prices. Will we be played again?

Australia has gone from some of the lowest electricity prices in the world to some of the highest and a good number of people are hurting With election season upon us the […]

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Business news

What Weibo and Chinese media are saying about TikTok’s pending sale to US companies

Since United States’ President Donald Trump threatened to ban TikTok in the U.S. as long as the social media app remained in the hands of a Chinese company, the app’s parent company ByteDance has […]

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Financial crimes

UK FinTech Working Together to Combat Financial Crime

Since its launch in 2017, seventeen of the UK’s leading Financial Technology (FinTech) firms have agreed to join the UK FinTech Financial Crime Exchange (FFE). The Exchange, established by  FINTRAIL and RUSI enables firms to collaborate […]

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Business news / Financial crimes

Danske Bank mired in money laundering scandal

Danske Bank is headquartered in Copenhagen, Denmark. Founded in 1871, it is currently embroiled in the Nordic region’s biggest money laundering scandal. The Bank got distress signals from its branch operations in […]

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Business news

The elite of the country: Who is behind the creation of closed business clubs in Ukraine?

Personal acquaintances play one of the most critical roles in the business environment. Old and new connections allow an entrepreneur to efficiently maintain his business, enter new markets and develop different sectors. […]

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