Whalen: Libor Is A Collusive Price Set By Collusive Banks

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July 12 (Bloomberg Law) -- Chris Whalen, senior managing director at Tangent Capital Partners, talks with Bloomberg Law's Lee Pacchia about the recent controversy surrounding Barclay's settlement with regulators over allegations involving Libor manipulation. Whalen says there is a need to turn the rate into a "real market price" through a process that employs greater transparency as it is currently an "18th century process that has suddenly come running smack dab into the perception of 21st century investors and the public".

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