Tag: Burger King

Wells Fargo Fined Over Controversial Burger King FX Trade

Already facing unfair dismissal actions and having paid one fine, Wells Fargo has been further sanctioned by the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) over its actions during the USD/CAD trade to hedge Tim Hortons’ purchase of Burger King. Having paid the US National Futures Association $2.5 million in August, Wells Fargo has now been […]

Wells Fargo Pays Fine to Close FX Investigation

The US National Futures Association (NFA) has announced that Wells Fargo has agreed to pay $2.5 million to settle charges against it relating to an FX transaction that is still the subject of legal actions elsewhere. The bank neither admitted nor denied the charges in the Complaint, although as part of the settlement it acknowledges […]

And Another Thing…

I have often thought that the FX trader dismissals, indeed the entire chatroom related scandal in FX, would make a great case study for business management schools. Over the years I have argued there have been weak, misguided, vindictive, panicky and ill-informed decisions made at management level across a range of organisations that has resulted […]