British bank wants to improve compliance standards following various fines
Barclays has created a compliance academy for staff in a bid
to improve the standards at the bank following various charges
from US and European regulators.
The decision is part of the troubled bank’s bid
to repair its tarnished reputation after being fined in recent
years for breaching benchmark rules and accused recently of
providing specialist treatment to high speed traders in its US
'dark pool’ trading system.
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