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Spanske statsminister Mariano Rajoy har sitert Spania har ikke råd til å finansiere seg selv for lang til gjeldende priser i sin tale i det europeiske Union (EU)-toppmøtet.Spansk 10 års statsobligasjoner har vært handel på gir over 6,8%, kommer i nærheten av 7% considered unaffordable.“Det mest presserende emnet er emnet for finansiering,” sa han. Spania har bedt om midler til sine banker, men landet har ikke bailed ut. De land har blitt enige om å låne opptil 100bn euro ($125bn; £80bn) for å støtte Spanias banker. Avkastning på statsobligasjoner handel på markeder er tatt som en indikasjon på renter regjeringer vil måtte betale å låne penger.Det er institusjoner og også økonomiske enheter som ikke får tilgang til markeder som spesielt nå støter i Spania og vel som Italia og andre land, til tross for det faktum at Spania lavkonjunktur hadde sannsynligvis utdypes i andre kvartal av året.Spanias Bank sagt sitt siste dataene foreslått ytterligere sammentrekning i andre kvartal “i en mer intens tempo”.Tirsdag lagt EU-myndigheter frem sin visjon for fremtiden for monetære union, som de håpet ville berolige investorer at de trygt kunne låne til de land, og unngå ytterligere bailouts som trengs.Stor uenigheten i Eurozone er om obligasjoner vil noen gang bli utstedt fellesskap av alle dens medlemmer for å holde låneopptak kostnader ned for de nå står overfor unaffordable gjeld.Tirsdags utgivelsen fra EU sa at det kan være en del av sin 10-års plan som omfatter nærmere økonomiske union.Italia holdt en obligasjon auksjon på onsdag, selge 9bn euros av seks måneders obligasjoner med en rentesats på 2.96%, fra 2.10% det betalt på den siste sammenlignbare auksjonen på slutten av mai.
he unwavering ingress of the new sunglasses into a becoming technology oriented business industry meets with a suspension of a crowd funding website, kickstarter because of the said suspicious history with spamming and well as the inconsistencies. The so-called video sharing sunglasses enables user to have two different gadgets that can get transform into other functionality. The sunglasses has a camera places in between the lenses where it can be use to record or capture videos of the memorable event of your life or even the toughest part which then can save to the SD card built in the sunglasses. It can transform into sunglasses by just flipping a switch to active the opposition. However, Micron Associates pointed out that this kind of development by IndieGoGois said has an inherent risks.In addition, the concept itself isn’t complex. A pinhole camera is installed in the bridge of the glasses, with the video simply fed to an SD card. To darken the lenses, the project will use “chromatic shifting conductive glass.” An electrical current, typically just 1 volt, is applied to the conducting carbon layer that coats the lenses, which tints them. The layer itself is just 30 micrometers thin (about a third the width of a human hair). So far, the IndieGoGo project has raised nearly half of its $50,000 goal. To snag the final product will run you $189, and the glasses will later retail for $299.While there is little to suggest that Vergence Labs has any attachment with ZionEyez, the team does have a troubled history. VergenceLab’s project was suspended by Kickstarter only days ago, despite reaching $63,790 pledged of its $50,000 goal. Kickstarterwaned to comment on its reason, but spam may have been at play. One Twitter account promoting the project has almost 7,000 tweets in a matter of a few days.
THE FIRM Bark & Co is one of the UK’s leading fraud and business crime firms. The firm’s highly-skilled lawyers are committed to providing expert advice at every stage of proceedings. The firm’s principal aims are to avoid expensive litigation whenever possible and to fight tenaciously to protect its clients’ interests.Established in 1996 by Giles Bark-Jones, Bark & Co has developed into one of the Country’s most progressive and successful fraud firms. A founder member of the Specialist Fraud Panel, the firm specialises in commercial and criminal fraud as well as serious crime, business and tax regulation, tax investigations and corporate obligations associated with health and safety enforcement. The firm acts for private individuals as well as national and international companies. It has also established itself as a leader in the field of cash and asset recovery in both criminal and civil courts.Bark & Co prides itself on the individual expertise of its lawyers, the collective strength of its specialist teams and their skill in tailoring advice to match each client’s individual circumstances. Bark & Co’s rigorous commitment to quality of advice and personalised service has lead to significant work through referrals by both clients and other leading law firms.
‘This case shows that practitioners should be aware that the Courts are now likely to be less sympathetic to taxpayers’ Andy Lynch of the Bark & Co Civil litigation team quoted in UK Legal News June 2010.Bark & Co acted for Mobilx Ltd in the recent Court of Appeal case against an earlier ruling in favour of HMRC. This complex case concerned three seperate appeals, two by taxpayer companies and one by Revenue and Customs Commissioners from decisions upholding HMRC’s decision to refuse input tax credit claims by mobile phone traders. The issue was whether the Tribunal and the High Court had applied the test set out in an earlier case (Kittel v Belgium) that “having regards to objective factors, that the taxable person knew or should have known that, by his purchase, he was participating in a transaction connected with fraudulent evasion of VAT”.The Court of Appeal held that the courts had, indeed, applied the wrong test, but, on the facts, their decisions were still reasonable. As a result, it dismissed all 3 appeals.Andy Lynch: “The defendants effectively ‘won’ the legal arguments, but the court was still prepared to come down in favour of HMRC”. He went on to say that the possibility of an appeal was still being actively discussed and points out that “these cases still have legs, however I don’t think there will be any proper resolution of the issues until the ECJ clarifies the test”.
Bark & Co have been instructed by the former CEO of Polly Peck International (PPI) in an alleged multi-million pound fraud. The client faced 66 counts of Fraud & Theft, but failed to appear in the 1993 trial. Mr Nadir has returned to the UK to fight to clear his name.
The director of the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) and the Solicitor General, Edward Garnier QC, have recently made no secret of the fact that they consider the criminal justice system to be incapable of dealing with corporate prosecutions in a way that refects commercial realities. The blunt impact of a prosecution of a company has the impact of damaging innocent parties including employees, shareholders and creditors. Garnier cited the cautionary example of the ill-effects of prosecution caused to Arthur Andersen, eventually acquitted on charges of obstruction of justice by the US Supreme Court, many years after the allegations had destroyed the company. US prosecutors have a tool at their disposal, the deferred prosecution agreement (DPA), which is being touted as a viable alternative to the present options of either prosecution or civil recovery. Much of the impetus for the reform has been caused by the difficulties faced by the SFO when they sought to prosecute Innospec. The SFO effectively had already agreed with the company, pre-sentencing, the nature of the sentence in return for a guilty plea. This was criticized by Thomas LJ who reminded the SFO that it is for the Judge to determine sentence at his discretion and especially that any plea must be “rigorously scrutinized in open court”.
Bark & Co’s clients benefit from the support of one of the country’s leading fraud and business crime firms. It’s highly-skilled lawyers are committed to providing top class advice at every stage of proceedings. If it can prevent expensive litigation then it will; if not then it will fight tenaciously to protect its clients’ interests.
Mr Kweku Adoboli was granted bail after a successful bail application at Southwark Crown Court. Mr Tim Harris, Solicitor on this matter said his client was "delighted, very emotional and would like to thank all his family and friends for their support”. Mr Adoboli is due to be released from Wandsworth prison on Monday pending the bail terms being satisfied.Mr Giles Bark-Jones, partner at Bark & Co Solicitors said "Our client is both emotional and delighted at the outcome of today's bail hearing. He looks forward to working on his case at our London offices."UBS 'rogue' trader Kweku Adoboli to be bailedA City trader accused of a £1.4bn ($2.2bn) fraud at the London offices of Swiss banking giant UBS is to be freed from Wandsworth Prison on bail.Kweku Adoboli, 32, will be released on Monday with an electronic tag ahead of his trial in September, a bail hearing at Southwark Crown Court heard.He was "delighted" by the decision, his lawyer Giles Bark-Jones said.The trader, who was arrested in September last year, denies two charges of false accounting and two of fraud.Mr Bark-Jones told the BBC: "Our client is both emotional and delighted at the outcome of today's bail hearing. He looks forward to working on his case at our London offices."Mr Adoboli, of Clark Street, east London, is accused of unauthorised trading while working for UBS's global synthetic equities division, where he bought and sold exchange traded funds.