UK regulator bans three former CSFB employees


LONDON -- UK regulators in July banned three former London-based employees of investment bank Credit Suisse First Boston (CSFB) for trying to manipulate the Swedish OMX share index in December 1998.

The Securities and Futures Authority (SFA), the financial markets watchdog of Britain's principal financial regulator, the Financial Services Authority, said James Archer, David Crisanti and Adrian Ezra were expelled from the agency's register. No person can trade on UK financial markets unless they

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