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It’s something many Americans have been asking for and, slowly, we’re starting to see it: stricter penalties for wayward financial institutions. As many have expected Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren is leading the...more
On February 6, U.S. and U.K. authorities announced that a Japanese financial institution and its British bank parent company agreed to pay roughly $612 million to resolve criminal and civil investigations into the firms’ role...more
On February 6, the FSA issued a final notice to RBS imposing a fine of £87.5 million for misconduct in submitting rates for the calculation of LIBOR....more
The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), in conjunction with the fallout from the Libor scandal, has recently upped the ante for financial penalties....more
UBS, Switzerland’s largest bank, is set to become the second financial institution to enter into a settlement arising out of the Libor rate-fixing scandal. The potential agreement would reportedly allow UBS to pay...more
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