Midweek Roundup: Banks Pay U.K. Grads a ‘Reputational Risk’ Premium, Greece and Switzerland Finalize Tax Treaty, And More

In response to the HSBC Plc and Standard Chartered money laundering investigations, London banks are offering top college graduates higher salaries than in previous years, the Mail Online announced Monday. Pay for graduates increased five percent due to the reputational harm caused by the recent investigations. College graduates are now typically paid between £45,000 and £50,000 a year, an average of 20 percent more than other sectors. More India says its will continue to purchase the majority of its crude oil from Iran despite U.S. pressure to curtail its reliance on the blacklisted nation, according to the Tehran Times on...