Summary of OpRisk's day-by-day reporting of the trial of UBS trader Tom Hayes
Managers thought "nothing wrong" with fixing rates for profit, jury hears
More Alexander Campbell articles
Promises of trades 'were not reward for help rigging benchmark'
Operational risk loss data – June 2015
Trader responds to claims he induced brokers to skew their Libor recommendations
Trader argues trades were meant to appease, not reward, brokers
Manager’s signal to trader: 'Carry on doing it but don't send emails'
Vickers "surprised" by bank's loss of enthusiasm given its support in 2012
OpRisk Top 100 list sees losses reduce by 27%
Case for ORM goes beyond capital and compliance benefits
Total fines of over £400 million by end-April demonstrate continued regulatory action
Anshu Jain and Juergen Fitschen to leave in June 2015 and May 2016 respectively
Citi "never" tried to talk down Libor contributions
No way to provision against US penalties, conference hears
Bank's collapse hampered ¥400 billion wash trade
OpRisk Europe speakers underline need for metrics for good conduct
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