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European banking editor, @WSJ. Writing a book - based in part on http://wsj.com/TomHayes - for @customhousebks. Mustn't grumble. david.enrich@wsj.com

London jury acquits six brokers of libor manipulation frauds

efinancialnews.com — A jury acquitted six former brokers of fraudulently trying to manipulate a widely used benchmark interest rate, dealing a major blow to a years-long international investigation. The jury on Wednesday reached unanimous verdicts to acquit five of the brokers - former Icap brokers Colin Goodman and Danny Wilkinson, former RP Martin brokers Terry Farr and James Gilmour, and former Tullett Prebon broker Noel Cryan - on all counts.

London jury acquits six brokers of Libor fraud

marketwatch.com — LONDON--A jury acquitted six former brokers of fraudulently trying to manipulate a widely used benchmark interest rate, dealing a major blow to a yearslong international investigation. The jury on Wednesday reached unanimous verdicts to acquit five of the brokers--former ICAP PLC brokers Colin Goodman and Danny Wilkinson, former R.P.

London jury acquits six brokers of Libor fraud

marketwatch.com — LONDON--A jury acquitted six former brokers of fraudulently trying to manipulate a widely used benchmark interest rate, dealing a major blow to a yearslong international investigation. The jury on Wednesday reached unanimous verdicts to acquit five of the brokers--former ICAP PLC brokers Colin Goodman and Danny Wilkinson, former R.P.

London Jury Acquits Six Brokers of Libor-Manipulation Frauds

wsj.com — News Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education, and information services. All six men were accused of conspiring with former UBS and Citigroup trader Tom Hayes LONDON-A jury acquitted six former brokers of fraudulently trying to manipulate a widely used benchmark interest rate, dealing a major blow to a yearslong international investigation.
Jan 27, 2016

London jury acquits six brokers of Libor-manipulation frauds on.wsj.com/1Pjqo2h via @WSJ

Jan 27, 2016

Here's first take of our story on bombshell acquittal in #Libor case. wsj.com/articles/londo…

Jan 27, 2016

RT @davidenrich: Here's first take of our story on bombshell acquittal in #Libor case. wsj.com/articles/londo…

Jan 27, 2016

RT @davidenrich: Here's first take of our story on bombshell acquittal in #Libor case. wsj.com/articles/londo…

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Lloyds probe opens new front in scrutiny of markets

efinancialnews.com — Broad government scrutiny of possible market rigging has deepened with a probe by the UK's financial watchdog into trading of British government bonds by Lloyds Banking Group, according to people familiar with the matter.

Lloyds Probe Opens New Front in Government Scrutiny of Markets

wsj.com — Broad government scrutiny of possible market rigging has deepened with a probe by the U.K.'s financial watchdog into trading of British government bonds by Lloyds Banking Group PLC, according to people familiar with the matter.
Jan 07, 2016

Lloyds probe opens new front in government scrutiny of markets on.wsj.com/1Rb5ODe via @WSJ Gilts in focus...

Jan 07, 2016

Lloyds probe opens new front in government scrutiny of markets on.wsj.com/1Rb5ODe via @WSJ

Jan 07, 2016

RT @aviswanatha: US/UK trader manipulation probes keep expanding, but so far evidence not as good as Euro/dollar fx cases wsj.com/articles/lloyd…

U.K. Regulator Probes Lloyds Traders for Possible Gilt-Market Manipulation

wsj.com — LONDON-The U.K.'s financial watchdog is investigating possible manipulation of the British government-bond market by traders at Lloyds Banking Group PLC, according to people familiar with the matter. The Financial Conduct Authority's investigation, which is at an early stage, is examining in part whether Lloyds traders sought to increase their profits by driving down the prices that the British bonds, known as gilts, fetched in...
Jan 06, 2016

Exclusive: British regulator investigates Lloyds traders for possibly manipulating gilt market. on.wsj.com/1RsAONx

Jan 06, 2016

RT @davidenrich: Exclusive: British regulator investigates Lloyds traders for possibly manipulating gilt market. on.wsj.com/1RsAONx

Jan 06, 2016

RT @davidenrich: Exclusive: British regulator investigates Lloyds traders for possibly manipulating gilt market. on.wsj.com/1RsAONx

Jan 06, 2016

RT @davidenrich: Exclusive: British regulator investigates Lloyds traders for possibly manipulating gilt market. on.wsj.com/1RsAONx

Jan 06, 2016

RT @davidenrich: Exclusive: British regulator investigates Lloyds traders for possibly manipulating gilt market. on.wsj.com/1RsAONx

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Libor mastermind Tom Hayes appeals 14-year sentence

efinancialnews.com — Lawyers for Tom Hayes, convicted in August as the mastermind of a global interest-rate-rigging scandal, argued on December 1 for his conviction to be overturned and his 14-year prison sentence to be reduced. Hayes's lawyers appeared before a panel of three judges in the Court of Appeal.

Libor Mastermind Tom Hayes Appeals 14-Year Sentence

wsj.com — Hayes's lawyers appear in London's Court of Appeal to argue that his trial for rigging Libor was unfair LONDON-Lawyers for Tom Hayes, convicted in August as the mastermind of a global interest-rate-rigging scandal, argued Tuesday for his conviction to be overturned and his 14-year prison sentence to be reduced.
Dec 01, 2015

Libor mastermind Tom Hayes appeals 14-year sentence on.wsj.com/1StTV8K via @WSJ

Dec 01, 2015

RT @JosieCoxWSJ: Libor mastermind Tom Hayes appeals 14-year sentence on.wsj.com/1StTV8K via @WSJ

Dec 01, 2015

RT @KMPensiero: Libor mastermind Tom Hayes appeals 14-year sentence wsj.com/articles/libor… via WSJ

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Citigroup Alters Course, Bails Out Affiliated Funds

wsj.com — Citigroup Inc., bruised by mounting losses, is bailing out seven affiliated investment entities, bringing $49 billion in assets onto its balance sheet and further denting its depleted capital base. The big New York bank said it would provide emergency support to the entities -- known as structured-investment vehicles -- if it can't find buyers for their short- and medium-term debt.
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Feb 03, 2016

After cashing in on their regulatory experience, bank compliance execs grumble about being punished by regulators. t.co/G7PvDQkcv3

Feb 03, 2016

Bank compliance officers are now in regulators' crosshairs. on.wsj.com/1mcHm6W by @EmilyGlazerWSJ


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