LIBOR scandal continues as three ex-Rabobank traders face charges

Anna Fedorova

Three former Rabobank traders have been charged in the US with manipulating the yen LIBOR benchmark interest rate since 2006.

Criminal charges were filed in a Manhattan court on Monday against British citizen Paul Robson, as well as Paul Thompson and Tetsuya Motomura. The three traders allegedly operated from Japan, Singapore...

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