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Barclays rejects claims of improper conduct

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Barclays' General Counsel Bob Hoyt improperly used a copy of an interview given by Richard Boath in a criminal investigation to fire the executive, Boath’s lawyer told a London employment tribunal Friday.

Convicted Libor trader appeals denied


Three former Barclays traders sent to prison for Libor manipulation were denied permission to appeal their convictions by a U.K. judge, narrowing the possibility that their guilty verdicts will be overturned.


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Ex-UBS / Citi trader writes from prison

Tom Hayes, the trader jailed last year for his role in attempts to manipulate Libor, has written to the head of the Serious Fraud Office over fresh claims that the Bank of England was aware of how the key benchmark was “lowballed” in the run-up to the financial crisis.



Ex-Evercore banker released from prison

The senior investment banker who in 2014 pleaded guilty to trading on inside information gleaned from his clients completed his incarceration on Monday, the Federal Bureau of Prisons confirmed.