29 марта, 19:36

Facebook Ends Cooperation With "Third Party" Data Providers Including TransUnion, Experian

Facebook is making an unprecedented effort to reassure its billions of users after years of surreptitiously hoovering up reams of data before packaging it and selling it to the highest bidder. The practice was extremely lucrative for Facebook But after allowing users to view all of the data Facebook has collected on them over the years (an option that likely only served to incite more panic about the company's all-seeing ways), Facebook is finally beginning to sever its relationships with certain third-party data providers that - though they were lucrative - were also the source of some of the company's worst abuses of unsuspecting consumers' data. According to RT, Facebook said Thursday that it will stop offering an advertising option that allows its customers to exploit personal data provided by third-party data aggregators - firms like Acxiom, Epsilon, TransUnion, Experian and others, according to Product Marketing Director Graham Mudd. These data aggregators helped Facebook provide its advertising customers with more precise data profiles of Facebook users. The data chiefly pertained to customers' offline activities, which made it particularly valuable for the social media giant. In return, Facebook would kick back some of its advertising earnings to these third parties. Facebook plans to completely phase out the program, known as "partner categories" over the next six months. In a brief statement published on the Facebook newsroom, the company said that, while allowing advertisers to use data from third party aggregators is a "common industry practice," Facebook is going the extra mile to ensure its users are comfortable. We want to let advertisers know that we will be shutting down Partner Categories. This product enables third party data providers to offer their targeting directly on Facebook. While this is common industry practice, we believe this step, winding down over the next six months, will help improve people’s privacy on Facebook. The news is the latest capitulation by Facebook after some advertisers, including Mozilla and Commerzbank, have canceled their ad partnerships with Facebook while some brands have protested by deleting their Facebook pages. Mozilla even went so far as to design a "Facebook condom" setting that will allow users to stop the social-networking site from hoovering up their data. CEO Mark Zuckerberg has offered a (hollow-sounding) apology to Facebook's users and has also assented to demands that he testify before two US Congressional committees next month (while snubbing lawmakers in the UK). Meanwhile, Bloomberg published a feature yesterday exposing Facebook's tolerance of shady "affiliate marketers" who help hucksters sell diet pills and other sham supplements to unsuspecting Facebook users. Still no word on whether the company plans to amend that program...   My wife and I discussed a Fat Tire Bike Tour of Paris over iMessage last night. Today I get an ad in my FB feed for it. Unreal you dirtbags — Michael Antonelli (@BullandBaird) March 29, 2018   ...Or whether any of these reforms will stop this from happening...

29 марта, 16:41

Кнот призвал ЕЦБ завершить количественное смягчение

Мир больше не нуждается в "экстраординарном" монетарном стимулировании, считает член совета управляющих Европейского центрального банка Клаас Кнот. Он заявил, что ЕЦБ должен завершить программу скупки облигаций после сентября, пишет Bloomberg.

29 марта, 16:41

Кнот призвал ЕЦБ завершить количественное смягчение

Мир больше не нуждается в "экстраординарном" монетарном стимулировании, считает член совета управляющих Европейского центрального банка Клаас Кнот. Он заявил, что ЕЦБ должен завершить программу скупки облигаций после сентября, пишет Bloomberg.

28 марта, 15:27

Playboy Pulls Out, Deactivates Its Facebook Page

Playboy said Wednesday that it will deactivate its Facebook pages to protest the social media company's exploitation of user data for commercial profit, according to CNBC. But taking things a step further, Cooper Hefner, Playboy's chief creative officer and son of the late Hugh Hefner, accused Facebook of being "sexually repressive" (we know) and said Facebook's policy guidelines "continue contradicting our values."   We are stepping away from Facebook pic.twitter.com/4yFIdk2eDE — Cooper Hefner (@cooperhefner) March 28, 2018   In a statement on Wednesday, Playboy said: "The recent news about Facebook's alleged mismanagement of users' data has solidified our decision to suspend our activity on the platform at this time." "There are more than 25 million fans who engage with Playboy via our various Facebook pages, and we do not want to be complicit in exposing them to the reported practices. That is why we have announced that we will be leaving Facebook's platform, deactivating the Playboy accounts that Playboy Enterprises manages directly." The firm said it has "always stood for personal freedom and the celebration of sex," and that its move to deactivate platforms on Facebook was "another step in that ongoing fight." Playboy, of course, isn't the first company to shutter its Facebook page. Longtime Mark Zuckerberg rival Elon Musk said earlier this week that he'd deactivate Tesla's and SpaceX's Facebook pages. Meanwhile, Mozilla and Commerzbank have suspended advertising campaigns. In an effort to assuage users' fears following revelations about the vast trove of data that Facebook (and its tech behemoth peers) collect and leverage for commercial purposes, Facebook is allowing users to see all the data that Facebook has collected - and, as one twitter pointed out, the full extent of the company's data collection is much larger than one might expect.

28 марта, 04:55

"The Days Of Giving Them A Pass Are Over" - Advertisers Demand More Transparency From Facebook, Google

Even before the New York Times and the Guardian published their bombshell exposes about Cambridge Analytica, data published by market observers showed that the advertising "duopoly" of Facebook and Google had seen its market share slip in 2017 for the first time ever. And while some advertisers, including Mozilla and Commerzbank, have already pulled advertising campaigns from Facebook after the Cambridge Analytica scandal highlighted the fact that the company has for years aggressively marketed users' data with little transparency or agency, other large advertisers are taking advantage of an opportunity to squeeze better rates - or more bespoke service - from both of the ad behemoths, according to the Wall Street Journal. Firms like Proctor & Gamble and Subway are cutting back on ad spending on one or both of the two platforms because data has allowed them to more efficiently allocate their ad spending dollars. The demands for more accountability and better service started two years ago after Facebook revealed that its metric for the average time users spend watching videos was artificially inflated because the company was only counting views of more than three seconds. Then it continued last year following revelations that some advertisers content posted on YouTube appeared near video content that was deemed to be either racist or otherwise extreme. Following this string of run ins and scandals, WSJ says large advertisers are fundamentally reshaping their relationship with the two advertising behemoths - even leveraging their rivalries with smaller firms like Twitter and Snapchat to further pressure the market leaders. Madison Avenue’s increasing uneasiness with the platforms and its moves to push back aggressively are fundamentally reshaping the relationship. Advertisers’ broad push for changes has played out in behind-the-scenes dust-ups, veiled and overt threats and advertising boycotts, and has extracted some concessions from the tech giants. Among the leaders is P&G, the world’s largest advertiser. Many companies are actively policing their ad purchases to ensure they avoid objectionable or irrelevant content. Some are cutting budgets. And they are demanding far more transparency from Google and Facebook about the performance of their ad campaigns to make sure they aren’t wasting money. During a meeting of the Association of National Advertisers, companies staged a mini-revolt after Facebook tried to convince them that its video advertising remained effective even if customers only watched for a few seconds. Advertisers were miffed at what appeared to be Facebook trying to justify offering misleading data about its video ads. So Facebook relented and offered to provide more transparent data. Facebook told advertising giant Publicis Groupe that average video viewing time was likely overestimated by 60% to 80%. Other miscues followed. Facebook fixed the problems as they arose and said they didn’t affect billing, but trust with advertisers had frayed. "The days of giving digital a pass are over—it’s time to grow up," Mr. Pritchard said publicly at an industry trade group meeting in January 2017. The following month, at a meeting of the Association of National Advertisers, the group wanted to know when Google and Facebook would allow the industry’s measurement watchdog, the Media Rating Council, to audit some of their metrics. Instead, Facebook executives including Carolyn Everson, vice president for global marketing solutions, launched into a presentation about how video ads were effective on Facebook, even if users only watched them for a very short time, said people familiar with the meeting, frustrating some attendees. "If our boards come to us and ask us, ‘Do you know where these dollars went’ and we cannot confirm it, we have a problem and therefore you do," said Deborah Wahl, who was then U.S. marketing chief of McDonald’s Corp. , according to one of those people. Facebook executives got the message and laid out a plan to give more measurement data to third-party companies and promised to undergo an audit of its measurement processes. Offering more precise metrics has allowed advertisers on both Facebook and Google's platforms to better measure engagement, allowing them to save money in the process. P&G this month said it cut more than $200 million in digital ad spending in 2017, including 20% to 50% cuts at “several big digital players,” partly because better data showed it was wasting money. P&G found that the average view time for a mobile ad appearing in the news feed on platforms such as Facebook is only 1.7 seconds. Restaurant chain Subway plans to cut back on Facebook spending this year because of concerns about whether its ads are being viewed sufficiently, according to a person familiar with the matter. One global beverage company is planning to cut its spending on Facebook ads by about 30% in the U.S. and the U.K. this year because of a decline in effectiveness, according to a person familiar with the matter. But making sure - for example - that advertisements for Tide-branded products don't appear alongside videos of teenagers attempting "the Tide pod challenge' - is just the beginning. Both advertising behemoths have gotten the message that they can no longer take their customers for granted. The question now is, with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and several of his peers likely headed for a Congressional hearing later this year, will we see more advertisers jump ship? One thing's for sure: Media companies - which have suffered enormously as Facebook and Google have siphoned off the ad revenue on which they once depended - will be watching closely for even the slightest opening.

26 марта, 05:10

Прошлая неделя была лучшей для золота в марте 2018 г.

На прошлой неделе цена золота достигла месячного максимума благодаря напряжённости в торговых отношениях между Штатами и Китаем. Трамп назначил своим новым помощником по нацбезопасности Джона Болтона...

25 марта, 12:22

Смерть Mossack Fonseca: почему компания не пережила «панамский скандал»

Одна из крупнейших международных юридических компаний, сорок лет хранившая тайны миллиардеров и политиков по всему миру, бесславно завершила свой путь

23 марта, 13:12

"Московский кредитный банк" привлекает синдицированный кредит объемом до $400 млн

"Московский кредитный банк" подписал соглашение о привлечении синдицированного кредита, в рамках которого банк получит средства объемом до $400 млн от крупных кредиторов из 10 стран Европы, Северной Америки, Ближнего Востока и Азии сроком на 1 год с возможностью пролонгации еще на 1 год, говорится в сообщении кредитной организации. Новый синдицированный кредит стал одним из крупнейших в истории деятельности банка, теперь насчитывающей 15 сделок по привлечению синдицированных кредитов за время присутствия на данном рынке. Банку также удалось снизить стоимость привлекаемых ресурсов, побив собственный рекорд, достигнутый в ходе прошлогодней сделки. Банк намерен направить полученные средства на финансирование торговых операций своих клиентов, отмечается в релизе. Commerzbank Aktiengesellschaft, Filiale Luxemburg, ИНГ БАНК (ЕВРАЗИЯ) АО и ПАО "РОСБАНК" выступили в качестве уполномоченных ведущих организаторов и букраннеров.

22 марта, 15:34

Сирия и Европа под ударом радикалов: курды жгут мечети, кафе и машины под хэштегом #Fight4Afrin

В последние недели все чаще происходят партизанские атаки курдских активистов на структуры, связанные с властями Турции и правящей партией республики, в Германии и других странах Европы. Подробнее — в статье ФАН.

22 марта, 14:31

Commerzbank, Mozilla, Suspend Facebook Ad Campaigns As Advertisers Start Pulling Out

Update: first it was Mozilla, now Germany's Commerzbank has also suspended a Facebook advertising campaign: “Brand safety and data security are very important to us”, German daily Handelsblatt quotes Commerzbank brand management chief Uwe Hellmann as saying. "We want to give ongoing investigations enough space, and decide how to proceed at an appropriate time." A week ago, Commerzbank had launched a large-scale image campaign, which will be broadcast on selected TV channels as well as online, including on Facebook. It is the continuation of the new brand positioning of the Frankfurt company, which has been ongoing since 2012. * * * Facebook advertisers have threatened to abandon the platform in the wake of a massive data harvesting scandal which began after it was revealed that an app created by two psychologists - one of whom Facebook employs - gathered data on over 50 million Americans and then sold it to political data firm Cambridge Analytics and several others, who used it without consent.  Mark Zuckerberg, co-founder and CEO of the social media giant gave several interviews Wednesday after spending three days in hiding, ostensibly with a crisis management team which advised him not give wholly unsatisfactory answers to one of the largest data breaches in history.  The scandal is pushing some Facebook advertisers to consider dropping the platform, reports The Times.  ISBA, a British group of advertisers that spend hundreds of millions of pounds a year on Facebook, demanded answers. It is understood that some of its 3,000 brands, which include those of the consumer goods companies Unilever and P&G, will not tolerate association with Facebook if it emerges that users’ data has found its way into the hands of brokers and political campaigners without authorisation. Sources close to the trade body said that if the company’s answers were not satisfactory, advertisers might spend their money elsewhere. ISBA will meet Facebook executives this week. Others, such as Mozilla - the company behind the Firefox browser - have already pulled out, or as it said have "pressed pause" on Facebook advertising. In a scathing post, Mozilla said that "when Facebook takes stronger action in how it shares customer data, specifically strengthening its default privacy settings for third party apps, we’ll consider returning." Until then, "Mozilla will advertise elsewhere" as it warned in a blog post this morning: Mozilla is pressing pause on our Facebook advertising. Facebook knows a great deal about their two billion users — perhaps more intimate information than any other company does. They know everything we click and like on their site, and know who our closest friends and relationships are. Because of its scale, Facebook has become one of the most convenient platforms to reach an audience for all companies and developers, whether a multibillion corporation or a not-for-profit. We understand that Facebook took steps to limit developer access to friends’ data beginning in 2014. This was after Facebook started its relationship with Cambridge University Professor Aleksandr Kogan, whose decision to share data he collected from Facebook with Cambridge Analytica is currently in the news. This news caused us to take a closer look at Facebook’s current default privacy settings given that we support the platform with our advertising dollars. While we believe there is still more to learn, we found that its current default settings leave access open to a lot of data – particularly with respect to settings for third party apps. We are encouraged that Mark Zuckerberg has promised to improve the privacy settings and make them more protective. When Facebook takes stronger action in how it shares customer data, specifically strengthening its default privacy settings for third party apps, we’ll consider returning. We look forward to Facebook instituting some of the things that Zuckerberg promised today Meanwhile, Facebook shares remain under rising pressure - falling approximately 8.6% in three trading sessions and down again on Thursday premarket as investors - particularly "ethical" investment funds - reconsider their decision to hold the increasingly radioactive company. Nordea, the largest bank in the Nordic region, which manages about £283 billion (~$400 billion USD), said that it had put some of its Facebook investments in “quarantine” while it assessed the scandal. Union Investment, a German group that manages about £255 billion ($360 billion USD), said that it was reviewing its holding of Facebook shares. -The Times Investors have also launched several lawsuits against Facebook, claiming that the company made "false and misleading statements" regarding its privacy policies and who they share data with.  $FB Revenue was $3.7B in 2011, and over $40B in 2017. They had a 1 billion users then and now have 2 billion users. The question is revenues went up 11x while users went up 2x. Are we sure they just sell ad space?...🤔...I am guessing they sell data...your data! pic.twitter.com/WiAFcOUMDu — Ed ☯️ (@DowdEdward) March 21, 2018 One San Francisco shareholder, Fan Yuan, filed a lawsuit on behalf of an undisclosed party of investors who claim that Facebook's "omissions" led to a "precipitous" decline in the company's stock price - wiping out nearly $50 billion of value on Monday and Tuesday.  A Maryland woman who said that she was “frequently targeted with political ads while using Facebook” during the 2016 US election filed a separate suit against Facebook and Cambridge Analytica, alleging that the companies had treated her personal data with “absolute disregard”. Cambridge Analytica denies that it used Facebook data to “microtarget” political adverts when it worked for the Trump campaign. -The Times Yesterday, WhatsApp co-founder Brian Acton, who Mark Zuckerburg turned into a billionare after Facebook bought his company for $22 billion, is now telling people to delete their Facebook accounts, promoiting hashtag #deletefacebook. It is time. #deletefacebook — Brian Acton (@brianacton) March 20, 2018 Action was referencing the online movement that is gaining steam in the wake of the data harvesting scandal. After staying on for three years, Acton quit Facebook in September, and is now a major backer of rival messaging service Signal, which boasts encryption to make its messages resistant to government surveillance. In a Wednesday night interview with CNN, Zuckerberg admitted that Facebook "made mistakes," and that "This was a major breach of trust and I’m really sorry that this happened. Our responsibility now is to make sure this doesn’t happen again." Zuckerberg also vowed to notify all users "whose data might have been affected" by the breach, and will be "happy" to testify before congress "if it's the right thing to do."  Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says he is "happy to" testify before Congress "if it's the right thing to do" https://t.co/nqc5puq5Ua pic.twitter.com/LW5Pn9ak8z — CNN Breaking News (@cnnbrk) March 22, 2018 Zuckerberg said in a Facebook post that he has pledged to investigate suspicious apps and ban developers who violate data sharing rules or refuse to comply with an audit. He added: “We will restrict developers’ data access even further to prevent other kinds of abuse. For example, we will remove developers’ access to your data if you haven’t used their app in three months. We will reduce the data you give an app when you sign in — to only your name, profile photo and email address." “We’ll require developers to not only get approval but also sign a contract in order to ask anyone for access to their private data. We’ll have more changes to share in the next few days.” That said, tens of thousands of apps could be harvesting data...  Yesterday Dr Kogan, the Russian-linked Cambridge academic who obtained the data of 50 million users by offering “personality quizzes” before selling the data to Cambridge Analytica, told the BBC that “tens of thousands” of apps could have done the same thing. A Facebook whistleblower told MPs that the company had ignored his warnings and lost control of users’ data by giving easy access to developers. Sandy Parakilas said that when he worked at the company in 2011-12 “personal identifiable data was basically allowed to leave Facebook”. He told MPs that he had warned executives that poor safeguards could enable foreign powers or data brokers to harvest data. -The Times ISBA notes: “The claims that other apps using the Facebook platform, and pre-dating 2015, have collected similar bodies of personal data and that controls for distribution have been inadequate, raise questions about the possibility that Facebook data has been, or is being used improperly elsewhere. ISBA is asking Facebook for a full account.”

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21 марта, 17:43

ТОАЗ привлек финансирование для строительства третьего агрегата карбамида

«Тольяттиазот» подписал кредитное соглашение с банками Commerzbank AG (Цюрих, Швейцария) и Landesbank Baden-Wuerttemberg (Штутгарт, Германия) на сумму 180 миллионов евро. Средства предназначены для финансирования проектирования и поставок оборудования и технологий для строительства третьего агрегата карбамида.

21 марта, 17:37

WTI/RBOB Extend Gains After 'Surprise' Crude Draw; Production New Record High

WTI/RBOB extended yesterday's gains this morning, after bullish API data, and continued higher after DOE data confirmed the surprise crude build and decent sized product draws. Production rose to a new record high. A “tidal wave” of bullish news - including falling oil stockpiles following winter and after seasonal refinery maintenance, possible U.S. sanctions on Iran and Venezuela, as well as sustained OPEC-led output curbs - is seen hitting the market in the not-so-distant future, Bloomberg reports that FGE said in a note. Bloomberg Intelligence Energy Analyst Fernando Valle noted that domestic demand for refined petroleum products has been well above expectations for 2018, confounding fears of macroeconomic headwinds. Inventories should continue to decline, supporting higher crack spreads ahead of the peak summer season. API Crude -2.739mm (+3.25mm exp) Cushing +1.644mm (-200k exp) Gasoline -1.063mm Distillates -1.926mm DOE Crude -2.62mm (+3.25mm exp) Cushing +905k (-200k exp) - biggest build since Oct 2017 Gasoline -1.69mm (-2.5mm exp) Distillates -2.02mm (-2.3mm exp) Cushing stocks rose 905k barrels - the biggest weekly rise since Oct 17 but crude's surprise build (confirming API) and product draws were seen as bullish... Cushing stockpiles are more than 46% below the average as crude extends a secular move to export facilities, but Cushing stocks are starting to find a bottom. Of course, all eyes remain on production as US shale dominates Saudi hopes and prayers, and it rose once again to a new record high (up 26k b/d to 10.407mm b/d)   The specter of conflict involving giant producers is jolting prices, which have traded in a tight range since February, and last night's positive API data helped, and along with DOE's inventoiry draws sent prices higher once again... “The possibility of new sanctions on Iran has been the main issue in recent days,” said Carsten Fritsch, an analyst at Commerzbank AG in Frankfurt told Bloomberg. “Oil sanctions against Iran would have a greater impact in an undersupplied market than in an oversupplied one.”

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21 марта, 17:18

ТоАЗ привлек финансирование для подготовки к строительству третьего агрегата карбамида

"Тольяттиазот" объявил в среду о подписании кредитного соглашения с Commerzbank AG и Landesbank Baden-Wuerttemberg на сумму 180 млн евро сроком на 9 лет с выплатой процентов после двухлетнего льготного периода по ставке около 2% ...

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21 марта, 15:37

«Тольяттиазот» привлек 180 млн евро на 9 лет у синдиката банков

«Тольяттиазот» подписал кредитное соглашение с синдикатом банков Commerzbank AG (Цюрих, Швейцария) и Landesbank Baden-Wuerttemberg (Штутгарт, Германия) на 180 млн евро сроком на 9 лет в рамках подготовки к строительству третьего агрегата карбамида, сообщает компания.Согласно условиям кредитного соглашения, проценты оплачиваются...

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21 марта, 11:55

Commerzbank продолжает подозревать евро в том, что ...

Карен Джонс (Karen Jones), руководитель отдела технического анализа в Commerzbank, предположила, что недельное закрытие ниже 1.2165/55 может намекнуть на мысль о том, что пара сформировала вершину в районе 1.2550. «EUR/USD пробил трехмесячную линию поддержки на уровне 1.2265… читать далее…

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20 марта, 13:10

Технический взгляд Commerzbank на евро/доллар

Карен Джонс (Karen Jones), руководитель отдела технического анализа в Commerzbank, отметила, что пара евро/доллар должна вернуться выше 1.2383, чтобы обеспечить импульс дальнейшему росту. «EUR/USD продолжает колебаться в границах диапазона февраля - нача… читать далее…

19 марта, 15:52

"Медвежья" фаза на рынке бондов откладывается

Биллу Гроссу, Рэю Далио и Полу Тюдору Джонсу, возможно, придется подождать наступления "медвежьей" фазы на рынке облигаций, которую они прогнозировали, пишет Bloomberg.

19 марта, 15:52

"Медвежья" фаза на рынке бондов откладывается

Биллу Гроссу, Рэю Далио и Полу Тюдору Джонсу, возможно, придется подождать наступления "медвежьей" фазы на рынке облигаций, которую они прогнозировали, пишет Bloomberg.

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19 марта, 13:35

Технический взгляд Commerzbank на евро

{FIG.1}Аксель Рудольф, старший аналитик Commerzbank, предвидит, что евро расширит свой диапазон. «EUR/USD продолжает колебаться в границах диапазона февраля - начала марта 1.2556 / 1.2155. Достигнута четырехмесячная поддержка на уровне 1.2249. Дальше вниз есть область 1.2165 / 55, которая может быть протестирована. Она представляет собой минимумы середины январ… читать далее…

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16 марта, 14:08

Технический взгляд Commerzbank на иену

С точки зрения Акселя Рудольфа, старшего аналитика Commerzbank, пара доллар/иена должна встретить жесткую поддержку в области 105.55/24. «На этой неделе USD/JPY  практически достиг сентябрьского минимума на 107.32, прежде чем снова опуститьс… читать далее…

23 марта 2016, 14:15

HSBC и Citi думают о деньгах с вертолетов

HSBC, Citigroup и Commerzbank задумались о "деньгах с вертолетов". Идею прямого экстренного стимулирования потребительского спроса еще в 1969 г. предложил нобелевский лауреат Милтон Фридман.

23 марта 2016, 14:15

HSBC и Citi думают о деньгах с вертолетов

HSBC, Citigroup и Commerzbank задумались о "деньгах с вертолетов". Идею прямого экстренного стимулирования потребительского спроса еще в 1969 г. предложил нобелевский лауреат Милтон Фридман.

06 марта 2015, 12:53

Commerzbank заплатит штраф властям США

Commerzbank AG, второй по величине банк Германии, заплатит не менее $1,4 млрд за урегулирование обвинений американских властей разного уровня в связи с претензиями в нарушении санкций и отмывании денег, передает агентство Bloomberg со ссылкой на информиров

08 июля 2014, 18:55

Commerzbank и Deutsche Bank тоже нарушали эмбарго США? - economy

США всерьез взялись за европейских нарушителей эмбарго. По информации New York Times, федеральная прокуратура Нью-Йорка уже ведет переговоры с немецкими Commerzbank и Deutsche Bank о досудебном урегулировании обвинений в работе со странами из "черного списка". На прошлой неделе французскому банку BNP Paribas пришлось согласиться на выплату рекордных 9 млрд. долларов и временный запрет на ряд долларовых транзакций. Банк наказан за финансовые операции со структурами из Судана и Кубы - стран,... ЧИТАТЬ ДАЛЕЕ: http://ru.euronews.com/2014/07/08/commerzbank-and-deutsche-bank-in-sanctions-busting-settlement-talks-with-us euronews: самый популярный новостной канал в Европе. Подписывайтесь! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=euronewsru euronews доступен на 14 языках: https://www.youtube.com/user/euronewsnetwork/channels На русском: Сайт: http://ru.euronews.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/euronews Twitter: http://twitter.com/euronewsru Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/101036888397116664208/100240575545901894719/posts?pageId=101036888397116664208 VKontakte: http://vk.com/ru.euronews

08 июля 2014, 18:55

Commerzbank и Deutsche Bank тоже нарушали эмбарго США? - economy

США всерьез взялись за европейских нарушителей эмбарго. По информации New York Times, федеральная прокуратура Нью-Йорка уже ведет переговоры с немецкими Commerzbank и Deutsche Bank о досудебном урегулировании обвинений в работе со странами из "черного списка". На прошлой неделе французскому банку BNP Paribas пришлось согласиться на выплату рекордных 9 млрд. долларов и временный запрет на ряд долларовых транзакций. Банк наказан за финансовые операции со структурами из Судана и Кубы - стран,... ЧИТАТЬ ДАЛЕЕ: http://ru.euronews.com/2014/07/08/commerzbank-and-deutsche-bank-in-sanctions-busting-settlement-talks-with-us euronews: самый популярный новостной канал в Европе. Подписывайтесь! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=euronewsru euronews доступен на 14 языках: https://www.youtube.com/user/euronewsnetwork/channels На русском: Сайт: http://ru.euronews.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/euronews Twitter: http://twitter.com/euronewsru Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/101036888397116664208/100240575545901894719/posts?pageId=101036888397116664208 VKontakte: http://vk.com/ru.euronews

08 июля 2014, 18:55

Commerzbank и Deutsche Bank тоже нарушали эмбарго США? - economy

США всерьез взялись за европейских нарушителей эмбарго. По информации New York Times, федеральная прокуратура Нью-Йорка уже ведет переговоры с немецкими Commerzbank и Deutsche Bank о досудебном урегулировании обвинений в работе со странами из "черного списка". На прошлой неделе французскому банку BNP Paribas пришлось согласиться на выплату рекордных 9 млрд. долларов и временный запрет на ряд долларовых транзакций. Банк наказан за финансовые операции со структурами из Судана и Кубы - стран,... ЧИТАТЬ ДАЛЕЕ: http://ru.euronews.com/2014/07/08/commerzbank-and-deutsche-bank-in-sanctions-busting-settlement-talks-with-us euronews: самый популярный новостной канал в Европе. Подписывайтесь! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=euronewsru euronews доступен на 14 языках: https://www.youtube.com/user/euronewsnetwork/channels На русском: Сайт: http://ru.euronews.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/euronews Twitter: http://twitter.com/euronewsru Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/101036888397116664208/100240575545901894719/posts?pageId=101036888397116664208 VKontakte: http://vk.com/ru.euronews