Court said Robson was part of a group that conspired to fix Libor from 2006-2011
A second former Rabobank trader has pleaded guilty to
conspiring to manipulate the Yen London Interbank Offered Rate
(Libor) to benefit his trading positions.
Paul Robson, a citizen of the UK and responsible for
Rabobank’s Yen Libor submissions, appeared before
a New York Federal Court on Monday and pleaded guilty to a
single conspiracy count, the US Justice Department stated. His
sentence is scheduled for June 9 2017.
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