Another three former Barclays traders are facing charges from Britain's fraud office
Three former Barclays employees are facing criminal
proceedings by Britain’s Serious Fraud Office
(SFO) for their alleged participation in the manipulation of
Libor, writes Joe Parsons.
The charges comes weeks after the office began proceedings
against three former Icap brokers as part of its continuing
investigations into the rigging of the benchmark rate, which
underpins billions of pounds of derivatives contracts.
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