Ulster Bank Fined $4.4M For 2012 System Crash


(Reuters) – Royal Bank of Scotland’s Irish unit, Ulster Bank, was fined 3.5 million euros (2.7 million pounds) by Ireland’s Central Bank on Wednesday for a system crash that deprived customers of basic banking services for almost a month. The 2012 computer systems fiasco – which also led to online banking and payment problems for millions…

Ulster Bank Fined $4.4M For 2012 System Crash

Brook Asset Management had a strong first quarter, is shorting This US education stock [Exclusive]

Brook Asset Management was up 7.27% for the first quarter, compared to the MSCI GBT TR Net World Index, which returned 3.96%. For March, the fund was up 1.1%. Q1 2021 hedge fund letters, conferences and more In his March letter to investors, which was reviewed by ValueWalk, James Hanbury of Brook said returns during Read More

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