Internal HSBC Probe Absolved Trader, DoJ DisagreesMark Melin
In internal HSBC compliance probe turned up no wrongdoing in the case of a trader allegedly manipulating the foreign exchange market and committing wire fraud, a Financial Times report says. HSBC had determined that Mark Johnson, then the bank’s global head of forex cash trading, did nothing wrong when he allegedly placed orders in front of client orders, moving the price of the British pound to benefit . . .
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