UK bans first trader over Libor rigging

2015-03-18 17:15

A former trader at Dutch lender Rabobank has become the first to be banned from Britain's financial services industry for Libor interest rate rigging.

JPMorgan faces US criminal probe on forex trade

2014-11-04 10:56

The US Department of Justice has launched a criminal investigation of JPMorgan Chase's foreign exchange trading business, the bank disclosed.

US, Euro banks near deals on forex rigging

2014-10-08 08:48

Large American and European banks are nearing settlement deals with British regulators over rigging interest rates and manipulating the foreign exchange market.

UK eyes Libor abuse powers for oil, gold

2014-09-25 11:00

Britain says new powers to punish rigging of Libor interest rates with criminal sanctions should be extended for seven major benchmarks.

UK expects currency probe to hot up

2014-07-10 19:45

Britain's financial regulator expects a rising tide of requests for help from its overseas peers relating to an investigation into the vast foreign exchange market.

Broker ICAP's profit slips on Libor probe

2014-05-14 11:30

Britain's Icap, the world's largest interdealer broker, has reported a 4% fall in pretax profit, hit by an investigation into Libor and other benchmark rigging.

Former ICAP brokers in UK court

2014-04-15 15:15

Three former brokers at the world's largest interdealer broker ICAP charged with running a scheme to manipulate Libor rates have appeared in a London court.

Rate scandal: Top regulator joins FX probe

2014-02-14 20:00

Foreign exchange benchmarks will be reviewed by the world's top financial regulator, the latest front to be opened in a global probe into allegations of price manipulation.

Trio charged in rate-rigging scandal

2013-09-25 15:03

Three ex-brokers at ICAP, the world's biggest interdealer-broker, face criminal charges for allegedly helping to manipulate the Libor benchmark interest rate.

Europe set to stamp out benchmark rigging

2013-09-18 19:15

European Union regulators have proposed the first set of rules to stop rigging of commodity and interest rates, forcing transparency on multi-trillion-euro markets.


Ex-RP Martin execs fined, banned in Libor probe

2015-01-22 15:55

Britain's financial regulator has fined and banned the former official and compliance chief of RP Martin for the alleged manipulation of Libor rates.

HSBC takes $378m hit for forex scandal

2014-11-03 12:00

HSBC bank has taken a $378m charge linked to allegations of foreign exchange market rigging, and posted mixed earnings for the third quarter.

UK wins first guilty plea in rate rigging probe

2014-10-07 13:30

A senior banker at a leading British bank has pleaded guilty to conspiracy to defraud in connection with the manipulation of Libor benchmark interest rates.

Libor rigging: Lloyds expects fine

2014-07-25 12:10

The long-awaited fine on Britain's Lloyds Banking Group in relation to the benchmark interest rate fixing allegations will be announced soon, sources say.

UK brokerage fined $2.3m over Libor scandal

2014-05-16 11:21

RP Martin has been fined by British and US regulators over allegations its traders manipulated benchmark interest rates.

No rush to regulate forex over fixing scandal

2014-05-09 16:49

Governments should not leap into full-scale regulation of currency trading in the wake of claims leading banks rigged market benchmarks, a top UK official says.

UK watchdog issues another warning notice

2014-02-27 20:00

Britain's financial regulator has issued its third warning notice to an individual trader, as part of a probe into manipulation of benchmark interest rates.

UK watchdog issues warnings to bankers

2014-02-03 20:45

Britain's financial watchdog has issued its first warning notices against two bankers for their part in alleged manipulation of benchmark interest rates.

UBS Japan pays $100m in rate-fixing case

2013-09-19 10:56

A federal judge has signed off on a $100m fine on UBS's subsidiary in Japan, part of a larger global crackdown on the Swiss banking giant in the Libor scandal.

ICAP in talks to settle Libor probe

2013-09-05 20:19

ICAP is in advanced talks with regulators over a deal to end an investigation into its alleged role in the manipulation of benchmark interest rates, a report says.

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