Group has been charged with rigging the benchmark over three year period
Thirteen top Wall Street banks have been accused by a US
pension fund of manipulating the Isdafix, a key benchmark used
for pricing swaps and other interest rate derivatives.
The Alaskan Electrical Pension Fund filed the suit in the
Southern District Court of New York against Deutsche, Goldman
Sachs, JP Morgan and ten other banks.
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