Monthly Archives: December 2012

11 Dec3 Lessons about Product Liability

We have all heard about cars having defects and the likes of Toyota having to do a so called “recall”. When you read those stories, your thoughts may be similar to mine: “Fair enough, there is a recognised problem, they have to pay to put it straight.” Banking has its own “product liability”, which can […]

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03 DecThe 3 Lessons from the UBS case.

Last week the FSA ruled on the UBS rogue trader case and fined the bank some £30 million (for detail see: http://www.fsa.gov.uk/static/pubs/final/ubs-ag.pdf). For those who work in a bank, I would suggest reading this in its entirety. Having read it, a few overarching points come to my mind. Failure to learn: Points 17 & 19 […]

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