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London judge discharges jury in landmark Barclays Qatar case

Apr 08 2019

LONDON A London jury has been discharged in a landmark fraud trial of four former Barclays executives accused of paying Qatar undisclosed fees to help rescue the bank at the height of the credit crisis in 2008.

Ex-Barclays bankers jailed in Britain for rigging Euribor

Apr 01 2019

LONDON Two former Barclays bankers were sentenced on Monday to a total of nine years in jail after they were convicted by a London jury of conspiring to rig the Euribor global interest rate benchmark.

UK's top fraud prosecutor backs U.S.-style plea bargaining deals

Mar 29 2019

LONDON The UK's top fraud prosecutor has thrown her weight behind American-style corporate plea bargains amid criticism that they can allow companies to admit wrongdoing without leading to successful prosecutions of individuals.

Second ex Barclays banker convicted in London Euribor re-trial

Mar 28 2019

LONDON A second former Barclays banker has been convicted of conspiring to manipulate global Euribor interest rates, taking to nine the number of people found guilty in six rate-rigging trials.

Ex-Barclays banker convicted in Euribor rigging trial

Mar 26 2019

LONDON A former Barclays banker has been convicted and another acquitted by a London jury of conspiring to manipulate global Euribor interest rates in London's sixth benchmark rate-rigging trial.

Ex-Barclays banker convicted in Euribor rigging trial

Mar 26 2019

LONDON, March 26 One former Barclays trader has been convicted by a London jury of conspiring to rig global Euribor interest rates.

Olympus whistleblower Woodford wins London pensions lawsuit

Mar 11 2019

LONDON The former CEO of Olympus, who blew the whistle on a $1.7 billion accounting scandal at the Japanese medical equipment maker in 2011, has won a London court battle over alleged wrongdoing linked to his 64-million-pound ($85-million) pension.

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