Nov 20 (Reuters) - The following are the top stories in the Financial Times. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
MPs propose law to crackdown on 'gig economy' loopholes on.ft.com/2j8mz56
Greece probes central bank head over alleged leak on.ft.com/2j7oFCh
WeWork targets Brexit-wary banks with City office space on.ft.com/2j73PTJ
Banks prepare to settle with Brussels over forex cartel probe on.ft.com/2j6HvJS
MPs will present draft legislation on Monday intended to end exploitation and close employment loopholes in the underbelly of Britain’s labour market.
Greece’s central bank governor is under investigation by an anti-corruption prosecutor over the alleged leaking of an auditor’s report on Piraeus Bank SA, a troubled Greek lender accused of violating capital controls imposed at the height of the country’s financial crisis.
Co-working start-up WeWork is ramping up efforts to sell office space to global banks as the uncertainties of Brexit weigh on institutions’ property plans.
Eight of the world’s largest banks are set to discuss financial settlements with the European Commission, drawing a line under a four-year probe into allegations they formed a cartel to rig the global foreign exchange market. (Compiled by Bengaluru newsroom; Editing by Mary Milliken)