Rogue Trading

Rogue Trading

The practice of trading securities using another person or institution's money without input or oversight from others. For example, an employee of an investment bank may trade with the bank's money without receiving authorization from or reporting it to his supervisor. Rogue trading generally is risky and usually is discovered when it leads to a large loss.
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Anyone with information on the two incidents this week or any suspicions of rogue trading is asked to call police on 101.
Thankfully the manager recognised this as rogue trading and contacted Bromley Trading Standards in south east London.
Bloomberg) -- Zurich Insurance Group AG, Switzerland's largest insurer, may increase its offering of insurance that helps protect banks from catastrophic losses like rogue trading by sharing risk with investors.
The bank would be using the bond to balance risks it faces from events including rogue trading and cybercrime.
As the magnitude of terrorism financing, money laundering, rogue trading, fraud and other forms of financial crime continues to grow, organizations are looking to utilize advanced surveillance technologies, case management and other compliance methodologies to better protect themselves.
Rogue traders on Anglesey A SPATE of cold calls and rogue trading offences have been reported to police on Anglesey.
Middlesbrough Trading Standards remains determined to tackle rogue trading and people wanting building work done are advised that they should never pay money up front, and should make checks on the trader.
They are responsible for investigating a range of offences such as scams that target the elderly, rogue trading, environmental offences and benefit fraud.
Year on year, our CCTV operators are instrumental in detecting crime and WORKING together with the police to manage Anti-Social behaviour, theft, rogue trading etc.
Hit by the shock of the 2008 financial crisis and ongoing scandals around money laundering, rogue trading, rate manipulation and insider trading, the industry lost the faith of its key constituents -- the clients, investing public, and other participants that help it function on a day-to-day basis.
These revelations are part of a longer string of rogue trading scandals which have revealed the fault often laid not at the feet of a single bad individual, but a whole system which could encourage otherwise good people to do bad things," said Spicer.