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Deutsche Bank, a German lender agreed to plead guilty and pay $2.5 billion to settle with regulators in the United States and the United Kingdom in connection with criminal charges that it rigged and manipulated the London interbank offered rate ("Libor"). Regulators announced the settlement Thursday, April 23, 2015. According to the regulators Libor is a benchmark for interest rates that apply to trillions of dollars of financial contracts. (Eyk Henning, "Deutsche Bank to Pay $2.5 billion to Settle Libor Investigation With U.S., U.K. Authorities," Wall Street Journal (April 23 ...

The American Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), British Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), and Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA) announced fines of $3.4 billion against five global banks on Wednesday, November 12th, 2014. The five banks were UBS ($799 million), Citigroup ($668 million), JP Morgan Chase ($662 million), the Royal Bank of Scotland ($634 million), and HSBC ($618 million). Of the total fine, $1.77 billion came from the FCA, $1.475 billion came from the CFTC, and $138 million came from FINMA. All of the banks had set aside funds as reserves ...

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