Ex-Deutsche Bank traders guilty in U.S. Libor-rigging trial


By Chris Dolmetsch
Bloomberg News
Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Two former traders at Deutsche Bank AG were convicted today by a New York jury of conspiring to rig Libor, a key interest-rate benchmark, handing a victory to U.S. prosecutors targeting behavior by individuals at financial institutions that have paid billions of dollars to settle government claims.

Matthew Connolly and Gavin Black were found guilty of trying to manipulate the London interbank offered rate, which is used to value trillions of dollars of financial products, from 2004 to 2011.

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Since regulators began a global crackdown on how the Libor benchmark is set, banks including Deutsche Bank and Barclays Bank have agreed to pay more than $9 billion in fines. Dozens of traders have been fined, barred from the financial industry, or criminally charged in different countries. But only four, including Connolly and Black, have been found guilty at a U.S. trial, and the other two convictions were reversed. ...

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