Banks have paid more than $100bn in legal settlements with US regulators since the financial crisis, data compiled by FT reporters shows.
Update, August 7: Bank of America’s $16bn settlement over allegations of misselling mortgage-backed securities brings the total for the first eight months of 2014 to more than $50bn, exceeding the total collected in the whole of 2013.
by Kate Allen and Hannah Kuchler
Food-related law enforcement, that’s how.
On the face of it, the UK has a fairly strict food hygiene and safety system. But the rapidly-widening horsemeat scandal has prompted questions about the effectiveness of the UK’s food law enforcement systems. And a look at performance data collected by the the Food Standards Agency shows a picture of falling sampling and lower staffing levels.
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