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  1. https://www.theguardian.com/business/2017/jun/20/sfo-charges-barclays-bank-executives-ceo-2008-qatar-fundraising I reckon they will get off with a slap on the wrist and a fine.. this after the SFO will have spent £thousands if not £millions of tax payers money trying to make a case against them.
  2. So what are you saying? Is it a hook up site? Aren't they all. Sounds like more to this than meets the eys
  3. I've lost the plot somewhere, can someone point me to the Rule/Regulation that allows a Bailiff to clamp for an unpaid PCN.
  4. The Prime Minister's adviser on digital strategy, Jonathan Luff, is leaving Downing Street to become a a lobbyist for Wonga, the controversial payday lender. One of David Cameron's senior advisers is leaving Downing Street to become a lobbyist for Wonga, the controversial payday lender. Jonathan Luff, the Prime Minister's advisor on digital strategy, will be able to start straight away at the company, which has been criticised for allegedly heavy-handed debt collection tactics. His move, first reported by Sky News, is likely to fuel the debate about the "revolving door" between ministerial aides and lobbying. There are fears that businesses are able to hire influential people straight from the heart of government. Mr Luff's decision to join Wonga is likely to be particularly controversial, as the company fights calls for new regulation that would limit its business activities. Payday loans firms have been described as “legal loan sharks” for preying on the poorest workers who cannot make their income stretch from one pay cheque to another. More: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/david-cameron/9642807/David-Camerons-senior-adviser-leaves-to-lobby-for-Wonga.html
  5. 56/12 3 July 2012 Jackie Holland, Mary Starks and Ann Pope have all been promoted to Senior Directors in Clive Maxwell's first appointments as OFT Chief Executive. Holland's role will be to lead an enhanced Policy Group which will lead the OFT's competition and markets policy, including overseeing any changes to the OFT's Competition Act decision making and other procedures following the current consultation. She will also take on a role as a phase 1 mergers decision-maker, alongside Amelia Fletcher and Ali Nikpay. She will continue in her role as Procedural Adjudicator for now, whilst future arrangements are put in place. Mary Starks and Ann Pope will be jointly responsible for leading the Services, Infrastructure and Public Markets Group; they replace Sonya Branch, who recently started a six-month secondment at the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. Pope will specialise in leading work on competition enforcement and commercial markets. Starks will focus chiefly on public markets, as well as continuing to oversee the transition of the OFT's functions to the Competition and Markets Authority and other organisations. Both will be involved in decision making on Competition Act cases. Holland joined the OFT in June 2008 as Director of Competition Policy and is also the Procedural Adjudicator for Competition Act 1998 cases. She qualified as a solicitor in 1995 and was previously a Senior Associate in the Competition Group of Slaughter and May. Starks joined the OFT in 2008 as a Director covering competition, markets and consumer casework. She is an economist by background and has previously worked at the New Zealand Commerce Commission and the Bank of England. Pope joined the OFT in 1988 as an economist. She has substantial experience in competition law and economics, having worked on a range of OFT competition investigations. Most recently she worked as a Director on both consumer and competition projects in the Goods and Consumer Group. OFT Chief Executive, Clive Maxwell said: 'As the OFT continues to take on complex and challenging projects, we need to ensure that we have the best people in place. Jackie Holland, Mary Starks and Ann Pope have all played an essential part in helping the OFT deliver against its objectives. Their promotions are well deserved and reflect the high level of talent the OFT continues to foster.' All three Directors start in their new roles this week. The other OFT Senior Directors are: Ali Nikpay - Senior Director, Cartels & Criminal Enforcement Group Cavendish Elithorn - Senior Director, Goods & Consumer Group Amelia Fletcher - Chief Economist Frances Barr - General Counsel Vivienne Dews remains as Executive Director. Link: http://www.oft.gov.uk/news-and-updates/press/2012/56-12
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