Ex-Barclays Bankers Get 4-Plus Years For Euribor Conspiracy

Law360, London (April 1, 2019, 12:57 PM BST) -- Two former Barclays PLC traders were sentenced to five years and four years in prison respectively at a London court on Monday for conspiring to rig a key European benchmark interest rate in a retrial brought by the Serious Fraud Office.

Colin Bermingham was sentenced to five years in prison while Carlo Palombo was handed a jail term of four years for their roles in for conspiring to rig the Euribor rate. (AP) Colin Bermingham 62, a veteran trader on Barclays’ London cash desk who is now retired, was sentenced to five years in prison. Carlo Palombo, 40, a former senior...

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