Libor rate-fixing scandal

The City was sent a stark warning yesterday that authorities will continue to crack down on financial crime as [...]

22 December 2015
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The Serious Fraud office (SFO) is set to take 11 individuals to court for the rigging of a key European interest [...]

21 December 2015
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For every glorious sporting triumph, history-making achievement, scientific breakthrough, artistic masterpiece [...]

5 December 2015
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Tom Hayes’s name was back in court again today, as his lawyers argued to the Court of Appeal that the former [...]

1 December 2015
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Regulators are flexing their muscles and ramping up punishments for financial misconduct, with fines handed out [...]

30 November 2015
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New rules have been laid out by the European Union to prevent market benchmarks, like Libor and Euribor, being [...]

25 November 2015
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George Osborne has announced a new plan in the Autumn Statement, which probably sounded good on paper, but has [...]

25 November 2015
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A former ICAP broker accused of Libor rigging told a London court yesterday that brokers have too low a status [...]

17 November 2015
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American courts have handed down their first convictions in connection with the Libor-fixing scandal, finding [...]

5 November 2015
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Brokers with nicknames like “Lord Libor” were “willing” and “enthusiastic” participants in the Libor [...]

6 October 2015
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Six brokers accused of Libor rigging will see their trial begin in London today and could face decades in jail [...]

6 October 2015
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A former Lloyds trader, who was among eight people dismissed after the bank's fine for alleged involvement in [...]

23 September 2015
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Deutsche Bank traders have been interviewed by the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) in recent weeks in relation to the [...]

28 August 2015
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The foreign exchange market is the largest financial market in the world, with transactions worth $5.4 trillion [...]

25 August 2015
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There were singing farmers. There was a decapitated bus. And suddenly, in North Korea, there was a new time zone. [...]

7 August 2015
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