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  • October 19, 2017

    UK Pushes HSBC, Standard Chartered Money Laundering Probe

    The Chancellor of the Exchequer is pushing British regulators to investigate allegations that HSBC and Standard Chartered helped to launder money as part of a South African corruption scandal, Treasury officials said Thursday.

  • October 18, 2017

    Hayes Gets OK To Fight $1M SFO Asset Seizure In Libor Case

    Former UBS trader Tom Hayes has received permission to appeal an order allowing the Serious Fraud Office to confiscate £879,000 ($1.16 million) in assets after his conviction for manipulating the London interbank offered rate, his lawyer said Wednesday.

  • October 18, 2017

    Capacitor Maker Nippon Chemi-Con Indicted For Price-Fixing

    A federal grand jury indicted Nippon Chemi-Con Corp. for participating in a long-running conspiracy to fix prices for electrolytic capacitors, the U.S. Department of Justice announced Wednesday.

  • October 18, 2017

    Schock, Gov't Spar Over 'Misleading' Prosecution Statements

    Federal prosecutors who investigated ex-U.S. Representative Aaron Schock for allegedly stealing $100,000 in government and campaign funds told an Illinois federal judge on Tuesday that they never intended to mislead after the judge asked the government to review statements it had made in light of “misleading, if not simply false” claims from the prosecutors.

  • October 18, 2017

    Ex-HSBC Forex Exec Gets 'F-Minus In Fraud,' Jury Hears

    In a closing argument that lasted 5 1/2 hours, counsel for former former HSBC foreign currency exchange executive Mark Johnson told a Brooklyn federal jury Wednesday that Johnson, despite defrauding Cairn Energy through a $3.5 billion forex deal, is a good man, an innocent man incapable of committing fraud and, for good measure, there was no fraud.

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