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FX dealing in the spotlight

Six global banks will pay more than $5.6bn to settle allegations that they rigged foreign exchange markets - bringing the total sums paid in connection with the scandal to about $10bn as US and UK investigations into some of the biggest players in the $5.3tn a day forex market end

SFO to interview forex traders

Former Cartel chatroom member to be questioned in rigging inquiry

Seoul to assess impact of forex rigging

Watchdog to weigh effect of global banks’ actions

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Bank watchdogs target high-profile cases

UK, US and Hong Kong authorities increase fines in 2014

Carney to extend market abuse rules

Clampdown signals end to ‘age of irresponsibility’

Market rigging review to seek new laws

Rules will aim to close loopholes that allowed Libor scandal to happen

British banks pay £12bn in penalties

Lenders face increased pressure to control regulatory costs

Regulation alone will not restore markets

Bankers need to show they know right from wrong

UK market review to push for tougher sentences

Punitive approach likely after City scandals like forex rigging

Global regulators look to follow UK lead

Review targets all that is wrong with wild-west side of markets

Rigour of BoE report into forex scandal questioned

Charles Béar asks if review was ‘thorough and comprehensive’

Bank of England needs highest standards

BoE oversight committee must exercise scrutiny independently of governor, writes Jesse Norman

Forex banks face more pain from US

Lawmakers challenge exemptions for managing retirement accounts

Banks face possible further forex fines

NY regulator turns to abuse of markets by automated trades

Lightning action is best to scare banks

Making fines more predictable would make them easier to plan for as a cost of doing business

The case that dragged bankers into the Snapchat generation

Traders have inadvertently made wrongdoing easy to detect, writes Daniel Davies

Impact of forex fines

Industry decides it’s time to grow up

Good times fade away for forex traders

After $10bn in fines, the industry decides it is time to grow up

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Shareholders punished for sins of trader

Fines are an expensive way of forcing a bank to change its culture

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Banks in forex probe braced for legal barrage

Civil lawsuits expected after $5.6bn settlement

Bank fines credited for culture shift

UK regulator says penalties change behaviour despite scandals

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Six banks fined $5.6bn over forex

Latest penalties bring FX manipulation fines to $10bn

Six banks fined for forex rigging

US regulators reach settlements of more than $5.6bn

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Culture of impunity and immunity

Big fines show that what was all right before is not all right now, writes Michael Mackenzie

‘If you ain’t cheating, you ain’t trying’

Regulators release transcripts from FX traders’ chatrooms

Barclays fined $2.4bn for forex rigging

Bank is first lender to be penalised for manipulating Isdafix

NYDFS statement on Barclays (PDF)

DoJ hard line on UBS raises concerns

Scrapping of deal seen to discourage others from going to regulators

UBS to pay $545m related to forex scandal

Swiss bank first of five due to settle with US authorities

The foreign exchange market explained

What is a ‘fix’ and why does the currency market need it?

Need to know: forex rigging settlement

US prosecutors and five banks are set to reach a $6bn deal

UK forex inquiry comes under US pressure

Department of Justice investigators to re-question UK banker

Timing key to size of UBS forex penalties

Alleged misbehaviour after Libor settlement could boost fine

DoJ ratchets up pressure on UBS

Department considers scrapping agreement to not prosecute bank

Big banks to be fined $6bn-plus on forex

Barclays, Citi, RBS, JPMorgan and UBS expected to settle with DoJ

Forex probes push RBS to £446m deficit

Bank sets aside £856m for investigations and litigation

Barclays takes extra £800m hit for forex

Pre-tax profits fall 26% to £1.34bn but investment bank rebounds

DoJ aims for May forex deal with 5 banks

US wants to resolve market manipulation claims in one settlement

Hedge fund launch delayed by FCA inquiry

Founder headed foreign exchange at Citigroup

BNY Mellon to pay $700m over fraud claims

Bank repeatedly misled clients on forex pricing, says US attorney

Lawyers slam FCA’s ‘rushed’ forex probe

Global Investigations Review says UK group over-reliant on banks

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