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Market abuse update – acquittals, injunctions and more change
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04 Feb
2016

Market abuse update – acquittals, injunctions and more change

  • 4th February 2016
  • David Miller

Over the last six months, market monitoring and market abuse have had their fair share of coverage.  The industry witnessed the conviction of Tom Hayes, for LIBOR rigging, the introduction of permanent injunctions in cases of market abuse, acquittals of six defendants accused of conspiring to rig the LIBOR and now preparation for the new Read More

04 Aug
2015

Fines and prosecutions: getting more personal?

JWG analysis. It’s only Tuesday and already this week we’ve had some big headlines in the financial services world.  On the other side of the Atlantic, Banamex USA was fined by federal and state banking regulators for failure to implement adequate safeguards against money laundering transactions.  Perhaps even more significant news is the recent conviction Read More