2nd U.S. regulation agency files London foreign exchange course action – Reuters
LONDON, Dec eleven (Reuters) – U.S regulation agency Hausfeld has thrown down the gauntlet to compatriot Scott & Scott by submitting a rival large-profile London course action on Wednesday in opposition to significant banking institutions more than alleged foreign exchange (foreign exchange) rigging.
The lawsuit, led by a former Opposition and Markets Authority inquiry chair Phil Evans, seeks damages from Barclays , Citibank, The Royal Financial institution of Scotland, JPMorgan, UBS and MUFG Financial institution more than their position in foreign exchange spot investing cartels between 2007 and 2013.
“The European Fee fined these banking institutions far more than one billion euros for their wrongdoing. But that really should not be wherever this ends,” Evans stated in a assertion that introduced the new course action, named Fx Assert British isles.
“The fines do not go to all those impacted by the cartels. By means of this action, we want to keep the banking institutions accountable for their steps and safe payment for impacted prospects.” (Reporting By Kirstin Ridley, editing by Sinead Cruise)
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