Standard Chartered Plc, the U.K. bank that’s cutting $400 million of costs, will consider starting a desk in Dubai for Japanese corporate clients that wish to expand business in the Middle East.
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Tom Hayes has instructed solicitor Karen Todner to lead the next stage in his appeal, it was announced today, as he turns to crowdfunding to raise his legal fees.
Barclays should have given its traders more training on Libor and tighter rules on their communications, a senior executive at the bank told the trial of five former bankers charged with manipulating the benchmark.