British Bankers’ Association (BBA)
Citi "never" tried to talk down Libor contributions
No way to provision against US penalties, conference hears
Industry body regularly heard "everybody else is doing it, but we are not"
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Banks used Libor post-crisis to boost their perceived strength
Industry looks to medicine and law for self-regulation models
Industry concerns over unintended consequences of tougher regulation
Accountants and lawyers also need to improve behavioural standards
10% of consumers will take rejected complaints to the FOS
Complying with new account-switching rules not enough without consideration of business risk
Less-used rates will be produced until May 2013
CFTC's Chilton says a complete overhaul of Libor is needed - including distancing it from the BBA
Near-record high in complaints in 2011, FSA data shows
Barclays' $450m settlement gives lawyers smoking gun evidence of attempts to tamper with benchmark rates
RRPs are distracting risk professionals, one legal expert says
Guidelines require notification of deals and improved risk management processes
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