Greensill drops libel suit against Reuters over bond story

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LONDON (Reuters) – Greensill Capital said it has dropped a libel suit against Reuters over a story which said that the financing group had provided a false statement to market participants in 2018.

A logo of Thomson Reuters is pictured on a truck during preparations for the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum (WEF), in Davos, Switzerland January 19, 2020. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse

The statement related to bonds it had issued the prior year on behalf of commodities tycoon Sanjeev Gupta.

Greensill said in the May 2018 statement that the Scottish government had approved a guarantee related to a hydro

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Inside payment card fraud – The real story behind fraud

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Payment card fraud, arguably one of the most straightforward approaches to financially motivated crime, persists in the face of ongoing anti-fraud efforts from regulators, financial institutions, and retailers. Carding, as it’s often referred to, is the result of coordinated activities between and within communities across the global cybercrime underground, with activities spread out across deep and dark-web (DDW) forums and sites, encrypted chat services, and open-web social media sites, where threat actors have been known to share tutorial videos and discuss methods.

                        Inside payment card fraud

Since carding activity directly impacts consumers whose money is stolen or whose data is

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