The Corporate Panopticon diagram is a good place to start nagivating this site (as well as the interactive maps, to the right). Click on logos above for more information.
This website discloses details of a £1bn consumer fraud by HSBC and the cover-ups by regulators, media and the government. It represents 13 years work. The Financial Conduct Authority announced in December 2015 that they will reopen their investigation – I’m still waiting. Here is their apology to me after their previous cover-up was investigated by the Complaints Commissioner:
“Wilson is that most rare and precious of whistleblowers: the insider who did the right thing from the git-go, went through channels, and can’t be accused of having a personal stake either in avoiding prosecution or garnering a financial award. Which means, apparently, that he must be determinedly ignored and, when necessary, dismissed as a crank.” Peter Lee
“Nicholas Wilson’s revelations on HSBC fraud in Britain constitute the worst and largest single case of banking fraud to have ever emerged in this country.” Nafeez Ahmed Investigative journalist, recovering academic, tracking the Crisis of Civilisation
“I have dealt with a lot of whistleblowers in my time and Mr Wilson has about the greatest credibility and is the least motivated by personal grievance.” Ian Fraser, author of Shredded: Inside RBS, The Bank That Broke Britain
“You are not taking on HSBC, you are taking on the establishment.” Andrew Feinstein, Writer, campaigner, former ANC MP. Exec Dir Corruption Watch UK. Author ‘The Shadow World: Inside the Global Arms Trade’