Three Former Rabobank Traders Accused Of Yen LIBOR Fixing – ValueWalk Premium

Three Former Rabobank Traders Accused Of Yen LIBOR Fixing

The LIBOR fixing scandal has just opened up a new chapter. US regulators are charging three former Rabobank traders with fixing the yen LIBOR to benefit themselves and their associates who trade in derivatives effected by benchmark interest rates, report Patricia Hurtado and Tom Schoenberg for Bloomberg.

Paul Robson (former senior trader at the money markets and short term forwards London desk), Paul . . .

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