Internal failures will prove as dangerous as external threats for the financial industry in 2014
Senior spot traders at JP Morgan, Citi and Standard Chartered have all been placed on leave, while Barclays, Deutsche Bank and UBS confirm they are conducting internal reviews in connection with all...
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