Midweek Roundup: US Securities Regulator Charges UK Digital Currency Operator, Lloyds Under the Gun for €1 Billion Fraud, and More

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filed fraud charges against British citizen Renwick Haddow and froze nearly $38 million in suspected illicit profits from his digital-currency platform and unregistered broker-dealer firm, the Financial Times reported. More and More New evidence casts doubt on Lloyds Banking Group's longstanding claim that it was not aware of the Â?1 billion fraud at a U.K. branch of subsidiary Halifax Bank of Scotland from 2002 to 2007, according to a Financial Times investigation. More A U.K. court jailed Jasper Chukwuma, a Luton-based agent for Western Union and Moneygram, for using the passport numbers of babies...