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Showing 1 to 10 of 146 search results for significant failings in relation to LIBOR.

  1. RBS fined £87.5 million for significant failings in relation to LIBOR

    Press Releases Published: 06/02/2013 Last modified: 29/03/2013
    The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has fined The Royal Bank of Scotland plc (RBS) £87.5 million for misconduct relating to the London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR).
  2. ICAP Europe Limited fined £14 million for significant failings in relation to LIBOR

    Press Releases Published: 25/09/2013 Last modified: 04/11/2014
    ICAP Europe Limited fined £14 million for significant failings in relation to LIBOR. ... On 19 December 2012, the FSA fined UBS AG £160 million for significant failings in relation to LIBOR and EURIBOR, and 6 February 2013, the FSA fined The Royal Bank
  3. UBS fined £160 million for significant failings in relation to LIBOR and EURIBOR

    Press Releases Published: 19/12/2012 Last modified: 29/03/2013
    The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has fined UBS AG (UBS) £160 million for misconduct relating to the London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) and the Euro Interbank Offered Rate (EURIBOR). This is the largest fine ever imposed by the FSA.
  4. Martin Brokers (UK) Limited fined £630,000 for significant failings in relation to LIBOR

    Press Releases Published: 15/05/2014 Last modified: 22/03/2016
    Martin Brokers (UK) Limited fined £630,000 for significant failings in relation to LIBOR. ... On 19 December 2012, the Financial Services Authority (FSA), the FCA’s predecessor, fined UBS AG £160 million for significant failings in relation to LIBOR
  5. Barclays fined £59.5 million for significant failings in relation to LIBOR and EURIBOR

    Press Releases Published: 27/06/2012 Last modified: 22/03/2013
    The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has today fined Barclays Bank Plc (Barclays) £59.5 million for misconduct relating to the London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) and the Euro Interbank Offered Rate (EURIBOR). This is the largest fine ever
  6. 2014 fines

    News stories Published: 02/01/2014 Last modified: 31/08/2016
    This table contains information about fines published during the calendar year ended December 2014. The total amount of fines is £1,471,431,800.
  7. 2013 fines

    News stories Published: 02/01/2013 Last modified: 04/01/2018
    This table contains information about fines published during the calendar year ended December 2013. The total amount of fines is £474,263,738.
  8. Lloyds Banking Group fined £105m for serious LIBOR and other benchmark failings

    Press Releases Published: 28/07/2014 Last modified: 28/07/2014
    In relation to LIBOR, the firms’ misconduct between May 2006 and June 2009 included:. ... On 19 December 2012, the Financial Services Authority (FSA), the FCA’s predecessor, fined UBS AG £160 million for significant failings in relation to LIBOR and
  9. The FCA fines Rabobank £105 million for serious LIBOR-related misconduct

    Press Releases Published: 29/10/2013 Last modified: 29/10/2013
    Rabobank’s misconduct is among the most serious we have identified on LIBOR. ... On 19 December 2012, the Financial Services Authority (FSA), the FCA’s predecessor, fined UBS AG £160 million for significant failings in relation to LIBOR and EURIBOR,
  10. Deutsche Bank fined £227 million by Financial Conduct Authority for LIBOR and EURIBOR failings and for misleading the regulator

    Press Releases Published: 23/04/2015 Last modified: 24/04/2015
    Deutsche Bank’s misconduct in relation to EURIBOR exemplifies how serious its failings were, and the potential they had to have a significant impact on the markets. ... On 19 December 2012, the FSA fined UBS AG £160 million for significant failings in