Bank of England notified National Crime Agency about Sanjeev Gupta in 2019

by | May 25, 2021

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Governor of the Bank of England, Andrew Bailey reveals the Bank’s Prudential Regulatory Authority notified the National Crime Agency about Sanjeev Gupta’s Wyland Bank in 2019, as well as the serious fraud office in 2020. Everywhere else on Twitter: Crypto.



Andy Verity, the journalist who called the 2007 housing bubble, shares the details about BofE/ Gupta revaltion.

Paul Lewis shares his analysis on the situation, as well as sharing the whole spread in the Times.


Meanwhile the head of the strategic research unit at Schroders posits the BofE may have had its headhunter budget cut.


Robin Wigglesworth of the FT shows data showing quad over 2020.

Meanwhile everyone else discusses Crypto. Jim Bianco maintains his belief in the change the world will see from Crytpo.


Elsewhere Avacado is pumping.


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