Jail for bent bankers

Two multi-millionaire traders who plotted to rig a global lending rate have been jailed for over 13 years. Philippe Moryoussef, 50, of Barclays and Christian Bittar, 46, of Deutsche Bank, conspired to manipulate the Euribor lending rate so they could make even more cash on top of their ‘staggering’ salaries. Achim Kraemer, 54, who worked for Deutsche Bank, was cleared of the charge. But the jury failed to reach verdicts in relation to former Barclays traders, Sisse Bohart, 41, Colin…

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