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At a time when it seemed global banks’ transgressions, from interest-rate rigging to money laundering, could hardly get worse, UBS has managed to break new ground with this week’s revelations of Libor manipulation.
Tom Hayes, one of two former UBS traders charged by U.S. prosecutors, is portrayed by American regulators as the kingpin of a three-year campaign that succeeded in manipulating global interest rates.
UBS, which will pay $1.5bn to settle charges with U.S. and U.K. regulators for manipulating interest rates, is now under scrutiny in Hong Kong for possible misconduct linked to the city’s rates.
The official British Libor manipulation report points the finger at five banks for helping UBS rig the rate. So which banks were they ?
The scale of the UBS Libor-rigging is breathtaking. According to the reports from UK, US and Swiss regulators, nearly 2,000 requests for the Japanese yen Libor to be manipulated were documented, in instant messages, emails and by telephone. Almost every one of them was suspicious.
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