01 September 2014

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Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) has rolled out IBM's Active-Active mainframe technology to provide business continuity and disaster recovery for its global branches.

The European Central Bank has named four key payment systems - Target2, Euro1, Step2-T and Core(Fr) - as "systemically important", and so subject to new regulations.

Credit and financial management service Credit Karma has been ordered to beef up its security after a US watchdog found that its mobile app left users' sensitive personal information vulnerable.

PricewaterhouseCoopers has been fined $25 million by New York State's financial watchdog after it sanitised a report for regulators into anti-money laundering at Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ (BTMU).

Deutsche Bank has raided Goldman Sachs and Royal Bank of Scotland to bring in two senior technology and operations executives.

Wall Street regulator Finra has charged brokerage Wedbush Securities with systemic market access violations and anti-money laundering and supervisory failures.

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