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DEATHBONDS/
RTXSROI
September 28, 2010
A bus passes a building where Keydata Investment Services Limited (in administration) currently holds...
Reading, United Kingdom
To match Special Report DEATHBONDS/
A bus passes a building where Keydata Investment Services Limited (in administration) currently holds an office in Reading, Britain, September 20, 2010. A scandal involving Keydata's millionaire founder Stewart Ford is the worst to hit Britain's personal investment industry in two decades. It has sucked investors into a bitter battle involving Ford, the FSA, Britain's Serious Fraud Office, administrators, auditors, independent financial advisers and opportunist hedge funds sniffing around the vestiges of the remaining assets and throws a spotlight on the way in which attempts to regulate financial firms can compound rather than solve the problems -- and on what responsibilities regulators have to investors they are supposed to be protecting. Picture taken September 20, 2010.REUTERS/Chris Helgren (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
DEATHBONDS/
RTXSRO4
September 28, 2010
A building where Keydata Investment Services Limited (in administration) currently holds an office is...
Reading, United Kingdom
To match Special Report DEATHBONDS/
A building where Keydata Investment Services Limited (in administration) currently holds an office is seen in Reading, Britain, September 20, 2010. A scandal involving Keydata's millionaire founder Stewart Ford is the worst to hit Britain's personal investment industry in two decades. It has sucked investors into a bitter battle involving Ford, the FSA, Britain's Serious Fraud Office, administrators, auditors, independent financial advisers and opportunist hedge funds sniffing around the vestiges of the remaining assets and throws a spotlight on the way in which attempts to regulate financial firms can compound rather than solve the problems -- and on what responsibilities regulators have to investors they are supposed to be protecting. Picture taken September 20, 2010.To match Special Report DEATHBONDS/ REUTERS/Chris Helgren (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
DEATHBONDS/
RTXSRNZ
September 28, 2010
A couple passes a building where Keydata Investment Services Limited (in administration) formerly held...
Reading, United Kingdom
To match Special Report DEATHBONDS/
A couple passes a building where Keydata Investment Services Limited (in administration) formerly held offices in Reading, Britain, September 20, 2010. A scandal involving Keydata's millionaire founder Stewart Ford is the worst to hit Britain's personal investment industry in two decades. It has sucked investors into a bitter battle involving Ford, the FSA, Britain's Serious Fraud Office, administrators, auditors, independent financial advisers and opportunist hedge funds sniffing around the vestiges of the remaining assets and throws a spotlight on the way in which attempts to regulate financial firms can compound rather than solve the problems -- and on what responsibilities regulators have to investors they are supposed to be protecting. Picture taken September 20, 2010.To match Special Report DEATHBONDS/ REUTERS/Chris Helgren (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
DEATHBONDS/
RTXSRNW
September 28, 2010
A building where Keydata Investment Services Limited (in administration) currently holds an office is...
Reading, United Kingdom
To match Special Report DEATHBONDS/
A building where Keydata Investment Services Limited (in administration) currently holds an office is seen in Reading, Britain, September 20, 2010. A scandal involving Keydata's millionaire founder Stewart Ford is the worst to hit Britain's personal investment industry in two decades. It has sucked investors into a bitter battle involving Ford, the FSA, Britain's Serious Fraud Office, administrators, auditors, independent financial advisers and opportunist hedge funds sniffing around the vestiges of the remaining assets and throws a spotlight on the way in which attempts to regulate financial firms can compound rather than solve the problems -- and on what responsibilities regulators have to investors they are supposed to be protecting. Picture taken September 20, 2010. To match Special Report DEATHBONDS/ REUTERS/Chris Helgren (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
REITA-SURVEY/
RTR2HAJV
August 12, 2010
A couple stand on a balcony in a residential street in Bristol in south-west England August 12, 2010....
Bristol, United Kingdom
A couple stand on a balcony in a residential street in Bristol in south-west England
A couple stand on a balcony in a residential street in Bristol in south-west England August 12, 2010. The number of independent financial advisers (IFAs) expecting a dip in commercial property prices has quadrupled since January, stoking fears for a large withdrawal of retail capital from the market in the near-future, a survey showed. Research carried out last month on behalf of industry body Reita, showed 24 percent of 269 IFAs polled are bracing for a fall in values, up from 6 percent in January 2010. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS)
REITA-SURVEY/
RTR2HAJT
August 12, 2010
A woman walks along a residential street in Bristol in south-west England August 12, 2010. The number...
Bristol, United Kingdom
A woman walks along a residential street in Bristol in south-west England
A woman walks along a residential street in Bristol in south-west England August 12, 2010. The number of independent financial advisers (IFAs) expecting a dip in commercial property prices has quadrupled since January, stoking fears for a large withdrawal of retail capital from the market in the near-future, a survey showed. Research carried out last month on behalf of industry body Reita, showed 24 percent of 269 IFAs polled are bracing for a fall in values, up from 6 percent in January 2010. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
RUSSIA/
RTR2E0XG
May 18, 2010
Jailed former Russian oil tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky (R) talks to his attorney next to an unidentified...
Moscow, Russia
Jailed former Russian oil tycoon Khodorkovsky talks to his attorney during a court session in Mosco
Jailed former Russian oil tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky (R) talks to his attorney next to an unidentified woman during a court session in Moscow May 18, 2010. Khodorkovsky is on hunger strike to protest against what he says is an illegal decision to extend his detention in a Moscow prison, his spokesman said on Tuesday. Khodorkovsky, once Russia's richest man, was arrested in 2003 after falling foul of Vladimir Putin's Kremlin, and is serving an eight-year sentence for tax evasion after a trial his supporters dismissed as a farce. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS ENERGY BUSINESS)
GERMANY/
RTR1KVML
January 04, 2007
Economist Bert Ruerup (R), head of the government's panel of independent economic advisers listens to...
Berlin, Germany
Ruerup head of the government's panel of independent economic advisers listens to German Health Minister...
Economist Bert Ruerup (R), head of the government's panel of independent economic advisers listens to German Health Minister Ulla Schmidt during a news conference following the presentation of a study of the financial impact of planned German healthcare reform in Berlin January, 2007. German Chancellor Angela Merkel's landmark healthcare reform suffered a new setback when a top deputy announced that parliamentary approval would be delayed two weeks amid a growing outcry over the legislation. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTR1KVLA
January 04, 2007
Economist Bert Ruerup, head of the government's panel of independent economic advisers poses for the...
Berlin, Germany
Head of the German government's panel of independent economic advisers Ruerup poses for the media with...
Economist Bert Ruerup, head of the government's panel of independent economic advisers poses for the media with German Health Minister Ulla Schmidt (R) with a study of financial impact of planned German healthcare reform in Berlin January, 2007. German Chancellor Angela Merkel's landmark healthcare reform suffered a new setback when a top deputy announced that parliamentary approval would be delayed two weeks amid a growing outcry over the legislation. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY)
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