This paper empirically tests for correlations between fraud and the macroeconomy.
Atiur Rahman has resigned following theft of $101 million
BAE Systems uses sophisticated network analysis to curb threat of money laundering
Current offence under Financial Services Act 2012 is "unprosecutable"
Interest rate's governance and wider industry culture also in the dock
Judge's summing-up continues for jury
Tom Hayes Libor trial enters final stage
Defence wraps up Hayes arguments
First trial against individual for Libor rigging nears end
Summary of OpRisk's day-by-day reporting of the trial of UBS trader Tom Hayes
Closing remarks begin as Libor trial enters ninth week
Managers thought "nothing wrong" with fixing rates for profit, jury hears
Hayes denies using code to conceal rate manipulation
Manipulation was standard practice, maintains Hayes
Former trader says adjusting Libor to suit commercial interests was company policy at UBS
Trader responds to claims he induced brokers to skew their Libor recommendations
Manager’s signal to trader: 'Carry on doing it but don't send emails'
But former trader argues the practice was not dishonest
Court hears bank’s £160 million rate-rigging penalty notice
Bank’s commercial interests over rate enshrined in Libor guide
Didn’t take BBA inquiries into low-balling too seriously
Accused Libor rigger faced hurdles influencing Citi submitters
Bank relied on BBA and on-the-job training, fraud trial told