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How $12 million a year Goldman Sachs executive helped Greece join Euro despite debt criteria outside Maastricht rules

Educated during the 1970s at Cheltenham Ladies College, one of Britain’s finest schools, Antigone Loudiadis played a leading role in assisting Greece’s entry to the Eurozone at the height of her career, netting Goldman Sachs $500 million by disguising the country’s debts to keep within the EU’s strict Maastrict rules for membership

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Greece: Is the EU shuffling the deckchairs on the Titanic?

The EU and IMF have provided bailout after bailout to Greece, and now the possibility of an exit from the European Union and Eurozone along with national bankruptcy is looking increasingly likely following a summit in Riga last week. What will this do to the EU economy?

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ASIC signs agreement on cross border post-trade reporting with ESMA

A memorandum of understanding between ASIC and ESMA has been signed by both parties on the reporting of OTC derivatives, indicating further progress made by national and continental regulators in order to ensure cross-border standardization of regulatory structures.

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