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Convicted ex-Barclays trader must pay nearly £1 million

A UK judge has ordered a former Barclays trader to pay £907,000 following his conviction for manipulating the Euribor benchmark.

06 March 2020

Tulips and tokens: regulators’ growing attention to prudential regulation of crypto-assets

In 2017, when Bitcoin peaked at nearly US$20,000, JP Morgan Chase Bank CEO Jamie Dimon compared crypto to the Dutch ‘tulipmania’ of the 1630s: a speculative bubble in tulip futures that saw bulbs priced higher than real estate.

07 February 2020

FCA appoints interim head

The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority has named a new interim chief executive following Andrew Bailey’s departure to become governor of the Bank of England.

31 January 2020

Jones Day hires from Dorsey in New York

Jones Day has hired the co-chair of Dorsey & Whitney’s China practice group for its financial markets practice in New York.

30 January 2020

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