LG scores role on BBA investigation into Libor fixing scandal
LG has picked up a lead role advising the British Bankers Association (BBA) on an independent investigation into the Libor rigging scandal. The firm, which is fielding a team led by employment partner Helga Breen, was appointed last week after the BBA confirmed an investigation prompted by evidence of rate rigging gathered by the Financial Services Authority (FSA), the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission and the US Department of Justice (DoJ).
LG has picked up a lead role advising the British Bankers Association (BBA) on an independent investigation into the Libor rigging scandal.
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