When is a leak more of a drain? The answer is when a journalist sneaks a peek over a front-office manager's shoulder during a London rail journey on the Waterloo-Bank connection known affectionately by that name. It seems that ING is about to undertake a major restructuring of its operation in Singapore following the Leeson fiasco. Read on, you say. The paper proposes increasing the number of reporting lines and wait for it -- buying a modem to establish contact between computers. How apt.

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