U.S. charges loom for some London-based brokerage firm's employees

DOJ accuses them of manipulating LIBOR

Just as it closes the door on charges with British and U.S. authorities, the staff of a London-based brokerage firm may not be quite finished with its troubles on this side of the pond.

U.S. prosecutors are preparing to announce criminal charges against some past and present employees of ICAP PLC, a brokerage firm located in London, claiming they were involved in rigging the London interbank offered rate (LIBOR).


Cathleen Flahardy

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