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The Serious Fraud Office and LIBOR: The End of the Line

Here, Neil Williams explains why nobody should be surprised that, seemingly out of the blue, the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) recently ended its lengthy investigation into the suspected rigging of LIBOR – the London Interbank Offered Rate and the benchmark interest rate that tracks...
Posted On 18 Nov 2019
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Europol hosts joint meeting of EC3 Advisory Groups in bid to combat phishing threat

On 26-27 March, Europol hosted a joint meeting of the EC3 Advisory Groups on Financial Services, Internet Security and Communication Providers, gathering 70 industry representatives to discuss the cyber threat of phishing. Over the course of the two days, global financial...
Posted On 01 Apr 2019
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Convicted LIBOR manipulator Tom Hayes ordered to pay £878,806 confiscation order

Tom Hayes, the first individual to be convicted after trial for the manipulation of LIBOR*, has been ordered to pay a confiscation order of £878,806 at Southwark Crown Court, sitting at the Central Criminal Court and the Rolls Building.  Hayes was convicted of eight counts of...
Posted On 23 Mar 2016