Ex-Barclays Traders’ Euribor Appeal Looks At Juror Conduct
Law360, London (September 3, 2019, 5:47 PM BST) -- Two former Barclays PLC traders appealing their convictions for rigging a European interest rate benchmark will be provided with the results of an investigation into alleged juror misconduct, a London judge said Tuesday.
Colin Bermingham and Carlo Palombo were sent to prison earlier this year for conspiring with others to manipulate the Euro Interbank Offered Rate, or Euribor, a benchmark used to price trillions of euros of financial contracts.
During a hearing Tuesday on their appeal, a prosecutor for the Serious Fraud Office, James Waddington of Foundry Chambers, told the court during the preliminary Court of Appeal hearing that an investigation...
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