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Latest update : 2012-06-05

Can banking clean up its act? Kerviel appeal follows fresh trading scandals

Four years after Société Générale first accused a rogue trader of blowing €4.9bn, why have so many more scandals followed... and why are so many of the accused French? François Picard’s panel looks at Jérôme Kerviel’s case and the upside-down universe of investment bank trading.

  • Julia CAGÉ, Economist at Harvard University and Paris School of Economics;
  • Thierry LÉVEQUE, Journalist, Reuters news agency;
  • Craig COPETAS, Journalist, author of "Metal Men, Marc Rich and his 10-billion-dollar scam";
  • Sofiane ABOURA, Professor of Finance, Paris-Dauphine University.

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    Programme prepared and produced by Wassim Nasr, David Boratav and Mary Colombel

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2015-04-21 Holocaust

Judging the Past: Auschwitz 'bookkeeper' goes on trial in Germany (part 1)

He's called the "accountant of Auschwitz." 93-year-old Oskar Groening is standing trial in the German town of Luneburg, charged with complicity in the murder of 300,000 Holocaust...

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2015-04-20 immigration

Migrant deaths: What is Europe going to do? (part 1)

The route from North Africa to Italy and Malta has become the world's deadliest. Officials estimate that 700 migrants may have drowned off the coast of Libya when their boat sank...

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2015-04-20 Europe

Migrant deaths: Has Europe lost its compassion? (part 2)

The route from North Africa to Italy and Malta has become the world's deadliest. Officials estimate that 700 migrants may have drowned off the coast of Libya when their boat sank...

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2015-04-16 Barack Obama

Big Bad Google: Europe takes on US internet giant (part 2)

Europe's throwing the book at Google. The Commission accuses the Internet giant of squeezing the competition and is serving Google with a charge sheet which includes directing...

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2015-04-16 Google

Big Bad Google: Europe takes on US internet giant (part 1)

Europe's throwing the book at Google. The Commission accuses the Internet giant of squeezing the competition and is serving Google with a charge sheet which includes directing...

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