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

Fed steps up search for Libor alternative

Reform of benchmark to affect trillions of dollars in contracts

Editorial

Brussels is right to end self-regulation of benchmarks
London’s regulator should be left to finish the job on Libor
An exterior view of the headquarters of Rabobank in Utrecht

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

Lloyds to pay up to £300m Libor fines

Settlement reached with US and UK regulators

ICE prepares deeper reform of Libor

US group asks some banks for more internal transaction data

The company logo is displayed outside the ICAP offices in London, U.K., on Tuesday, Nov. 20, 2007. ICAP Plc, the biggest broker of transactions between lenders, has no ``concrete timetable'' for a U.S. alternative to the London interbank offered rate as it seeks to sign up banks. Photographer: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg News

EU charges ICAP over yen Libor cartels

Decision follows move by antitrust body against trio of banks

FCA seeks to fine former Deutsche trader

Warning notice follows probe into alleged rigging of Euribor

Brussels charges banks for Euribor fixing

HSBC, JPMorgan and Crédit Agricole named in inquiry

Deutsche Bank uses video to lash traders

Investment bank co-head ‘has lost patience’ with boasting and vulgarity

RP Martin brokers pledged beer for favours

Promises ranged from beer to Vegas entertainment

RP Martin fined $2.3m in Libor probe

Interdealer broker ‘aided and abetted’ rate-rigging, regulators say

FCA set to fine UK group in Libor case

Broker RP Martin agrees settlement with UK financial watchdog

Legal aid refused for trader in Libor case

Such defendants having to represent themselves unprecedented

Ex-Barclays traders face UK Libor charges

SFO accuses three former New York staff of conspiracy to defraud

Former ICAP brokers in court over Libor case

SFO alleges the men conspired to rig the London inter bank offered rate

Barclays settles another Libor lawsuit

Dispute resolved with Portuguese group over alleged manipulation

Three ex-ICAP brokers face Libor charges

UK Serious Fraud Office alleges ex-brokers conspired to defraud

Lawsuit questions Barclays’ Libor deal

Care home alleges discrepancies over US plea bargain

FDIC sues banks over Libor manipulation

Regulator is looking for damages of about $1bn

SFO investigates former Barclays traders

US bankers could face criminal charges after interviews

Libor: FCA to act against third trader

Warning notice relates to allegation of collusion

Former Barclays staff in court over Libor

SFO charges three men with conspiracy to defraud

UK watchdog to levy big Libor penalties

One individual warned of possible £2.5m fine

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