Ex-UBS Trader Granted Bail As He Fights Deportation
Law360, London (October 10, 2018, 3:58 PM BST) -- Former UBS AG trader Kweku Adoboli, who was convicted of fraud in 2012 after causing the biggest trading loss in British banking history, has been released on £112,000 ($147,765) bail while he fights deportation to his native Ghana, his lawyer said Wednesday.
He was released from London's Harmondsworth Immigration Removal Centre on Tuesday following a hearing at Hatton Cross Immigration and Asylum Chamber, according to his lawyer, Jacqueline McKenzie.
Adoboli's attorneys have been trying to keep him in the country despite his fraud conviction, in light of his contributions to society since his 2015 release. Adoboli, a Ghanaian national who has...
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