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Showing 21 to 27 of 27 search results for significant failings in relation to LIBOR and EURIBOR.

  1. 2016 Disclosure Log

    Last modified: 30/01/2020
    The aim of the FCA's Disclosure Log is to keep information that it has released under the Freedom of Information Act and which it thinks is of wider public interest. Find the Disclosure Log for 2016. 
  2. Do I need to worry about benchmark regulation?

    Speeches Published: 04/02/2016 Last modified: 04/02/2016
    Speech by Edwin Schooling Latter, Head of Markets Policy, FCA, delivered at CISI European Regulation Forum on 2 February 2016. This is the text of the speech as drafted, which may differ from the delivered version.
  3. Leading the Way on Regulation

    Speeches Published: 16/05/2019 Last modified: 17/05/2019
    Speech delivered by Karina McTeague, Director of General Insurance and Conduct Specialists Supervision, at the British Insurance Brokers' Association (BIBA) Conference 2019.  
  4. FCA Enforcement and the Wholesale Markets

    Speeches Published: 26/11/2014 Last modified: 30/01/2015
    Speech by Tracey McDermott, Director of Enforcement and Financial Crime at the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), delivered at the 13th Annual FX Week Europe, London. This is the text of the speech as drafted, which may differ from the delivered
  5. Wholesale Conduct Risk

    Speeches Published: 24/07/2015 Last modified: 24/07/2015
    If, indeed, they featured at all. Libor triggered a wave of change – regulatory, legislative and within firms. ... The investigation into FX manipulation found many of the same failings as in LIBOR.
  6. Barclays fined £26m for failings surrounding the London Gold Fixing and former Barclays trader banned and fined for inappropriate conduct

    Press Releases Published: 23/05/2014 Last modified: 24/03/2015
    and controls failings, in relation to the Gold Fixing. ... Plunkett's actions came the day after the publication of our LIBOR and EURIBOR action against Barclays.
  7. FCA fines five banks £1.1 billion for FX failings and announces industry-wide remediation programme

    Press Releases Published: 12/11/2014 Last modified: 04/11/2019
    The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has imposed fines totalling £1,114,918,000 ($1.7 billion) on five banks for failing to control business practices in their G10 spot foreign exchange (FX) trading operations: Citibank N.A. £225,575,000 ($358