5 Key Moments From The SFO's Euribor-Rigging Retrial

Law360, London (March 28, 2019, 9:16 PM GMT) -- The Serious Fraud Office landed the latest convictions this week in its long-running efforts to hold individuals accountable for rigging key benchmark interest rates with majority verdicts against two ex-Barclays traders.

A London jury found Colin Bermingham, a trader on Barclays' London cash desk, guilty on Thursday of rigging the Euro Interbank Offered Rate, or Euribor, two days after convicting swaps trader Carlo Palombo and acquitting junior trader Sisse Bohart for the same offense.

Here, Law360 looks at the key exchanges and issues that shaped the British crime agency's most recent prosecution in its seven-year probe into the rigging of interest...

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