Rate-rigging scandal

NYSE Euronext has been awarded a contract to run the London interbank offered rate after the benchmark lending rate became discredited by a rate-fixing scandal that has seen banks fined and individual traders put on trial

Deutsche Bank in New York Libor probe

First time DFS has investigated manipulation of lending rate

Editorial

Brussels is right to end self-regulation of benchmarks
London’s regulator should be left to finish the job on Libor

FCA bans trader over Libor rigging

UK watchdog takes first personal public enforcement action

‘Maladministration’ found in Euribor probe

EU ombudsman rules for Crédit Agricole

RBS suffers setback in £30m lawsuit

Bank must turn over confidential reports

Bank traders face Euribor questioning

Former Barclays and Deutsche Bank employees to be interviewed

DoJ seeks Briton’s arrest in Libor probe

Legal experts describe red notice as ‘aggressive’ move

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FCA issues first individual Libor fines

RP Martin executives also banned after rate-rigging inquiry

Trader in Libor trial parts with barrister

Hayes shakes up legal team ahead of May jury trial

UK watchdog to review soaring fines

FCA reconsiders sanctions regime after record penalties

Ex-ICAP brokers deny Libor charges

Defendants among six to face to charges of conspiracy to defraud

Singapore returns $8bn to banks

UBS and BofA among lenders rewarded for remedial rate-probe action

Law firm sues RP Martin over Libor bill

Broker allegedly failed to settle investigation fees

Ex-Tullett broker charged in Libor probe

UK SFO has now brought cases against 13 people

Banks fined €94m for part in two cartels

JPMorgan Chase ordered to pay highest sum for influencing Libor

ICE unveils plans for Libor reform

US exchange calls for lending benchmark to be backed by more data

Barclays Libor deal raises pressure

Disclosed documents may bolster case against other banks

SFO secures first UK Libor guilty plea

Senior banker is one of 12 people charged in the UK

Banks pull out of dozens of benchmarks

Withdrawals in wake of rate scandals could leave investors blind

Lloyds fires eight over rate-fixing claim

Bank will hold back £3m in bonuses

Japan banks overhaul interbank rates

Submissions to be based primarily on actual transactions

Fed steps up search for Libor alternative

Reform of benchmark to affect trillions of dollars in contracts

Ex-Rabobank trader guilty in Libor case

Paul Robson admits conspiracy to manipulate interest rates

RBS Libor probe to drag on to next year

SFO weighs whether to bring criminal charges against individuals

Lloyds reviews rate riggers’ bonuses

Bank to consider ‘all options’ including withholding pay

Carney attacks ‘reprehensible’ Lloyds

Bank to pay out £226m fines and compensation over Libor

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