The LIBOR problem will spread well beyond Barclays and once again banks are being asked serious questions about their values and their culture. What next for the industry?
The manipulation of the LIBOR rate by Barclays and other banks is about to set-off another major crisis within the banking industry. There appears to be no question about the bank’s guilt as Barclays have actually admitted wrongdoing and have applied to the EU for whistleblower status.
For all the negativity that will be thrown at them in the coming days and weeks, that action on the part of the management is actually quite commendable. If you disagree then I suggest you look at the number of times banks have been caught doing wrong and pay large fines but at the same time refuse to admit any wrongdoing. Continue reading
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