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Brussels probes German regulator over Wirecard scandal

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Brussels probes German regulator over Wirecard scandalThe European Commission has asked the EU financial authority to probe whether German regulators were at fault in the build-up to the spectacular collapse of payments provider Wirecard. ......
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Germany's financial regulator and accountants EY face anger over their roles in oversight of Wirecard, the German payments firm that collapsed this week owing billions of dollars. Julian Satterthwaite reports.

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