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And the hits just keep on coming. Who's next ?
Barclays' top three executives resigned amid a deepening dispute with the Bank of England about whether the central bank pushed the lender to submit artificially low Libor rates during the financial crisis.
Bob Diamond is said to be threatening to reveal potentially embarrassing details about Barclays’ dealings with regulators if / when he comes under fire at a UK Parliamentary hearing on Wednesday over the Libor rate-setting scandal.
More threats to your job.
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Global Investment Banking Fees Total US$33.6 billion, down 24% from first half 2011; Slowest quarter for IB Fees since 1Q'09
Bob Diamond's departure from the chief executive's chair at Barclays leaves a vacancy that many analysts believe will be hard to fill. Without any obvious succession planning, the bank's board is being forced to cast its net wide and consider candidates from all corners of the industry. That said, there are several candidates who have emerged on the leaderboard.
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