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FCA criticised by court for failing to sanction top UBS bankers over interest rate rigging

A court has criticised a probe by the City regulator which failed to pursue senior bankers over “widespread” interest rate rigging at UBS. The Upper Tribunal, which hears challenges against Financial ... read more

Banks Barclays and RBS hit by £2bn fine for rigging foreign exchange markets

In addition to its transgressions in London-based interest rate and foreign exchange markets it has paid fines for failing ... Authority (FCA). The latest hit to the sector represents final ... read more

Bank Tax Secrecy, Behavioral Economics, CEZ: Compliance

The FCA, which replaced ... are facing disciplinary action over rate-rigging. Separately, the bank’s Japan brokerage unit head is preparing to resign as the company faces penalties for attempts to ... read more

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Financial services: regime change

If the FSA was criticised for failing to sanction more senior managers connected to the banking crisis and other financial scandals such as payment protection insurance and interest rate swap ... help ... read more


From 'serial' Libor rigging to 14-year sentence: how Tom Hayes came unstuck

Also at stake was the reputation of a legal system criticised for failing to hold bankers to ... with regulators over allegations of Libor rigging. A firestorm ensued that embroiled the Bank of ... read more

Cross-Border Investigations Update

We may continue processing your personal information for longer periods, but only for the time and to the extent such processing reasonably serves the purposes of archiving in the public interest, ... read more

Free money! How rogue bankers boasted about their deals and used online chatrooms to communicate in order to rig rates ahead of crucial 4pm window

The corrupt bankers knew ... 217million by the FCA and £182million by the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC). HSBC was fined £389million including £216million from the FCA and £173million ... read more

Diamond ‘got physically ill’ after reading traders’ rate-fixing emails

Former Barclays chief executive Bob Diamond says he felt “physically ill” when he read emails from some of the bank’s traders who sought to influence the Libor and Euribor rates it submitted to the ... read more

Re-regulating finance to return markets at the service of society

The Great Financial Crisis primarily resulted from deregulation/liberalisation of finance. We discuss the deep mistakes of the ‘light touch’ regulation of finance subjugating commercial banks to ... read more

Two former Deutsche Bank traders charged by US in Libor probe

The indictment, made public Thursday in federal court in Manhattan, shows that authorities are continuing to pursue individual bankers eight years after ... billion in penalties in relation to ... read more

2017 Year-End Cross-Border Government Investigations and Regulatory Enforcement Review

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