Those inclined to do it are not inclined to be dissuaded by a pandemic-induced sense of everyone being in this together.
For something so volatile and theoretically interesting, the not-particularly-trying trials of faux currencies are actually quite boring.
Like another company going public via SPAC giving you access to the IPOs it’s choosing to shun.
That kind of predatory nonsense belongs only in the land of the free and the home of the brave.
And getting caught for it.
Take good notes, boys and girls.
They’d like to know if he improperly kept his underwear on in his disclosures to them.
Welcome home, Andrew Bailey! We hope you weren’t expecting a honeymoon.
The moneymen are no longer amused.
The good news is they can always sue.
As you may have heard, the U.K. is putting the FSA out to pasture at the end of the month. In its place on April 1 will sit the Prudential Regulation Authority—success guaranteed by the name alone—and the Financial Conduct Authority.