Three ex-Barclays bankers previously found guilty of Libor-rigging offences are scheduled for confiscation hearings in a London court tomorrow.
Former submitter Mathew is currently serving a four-year sentence, while ex-traders Merchant and Pabon are serving six and a half years and two years and nine months, respectively.
Confiscation proceedings take place after a guilty verdict or plea, and are designed to strip defendants of any assets determined to have been obtained as a result of their crime.
Peter Johnson, a fourth ex-Barclays banker who pleaded guilty before the start of the trial, has already been handed a confiscation order of £114,501.19.
Tom Hayes, the first person in the UK to be found guilty of Libor-rigging offences, was ordered to pay £878,806 under a confiscation order last March.