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Partner Neil Swift in The Times Brief commenting on the FCA’s focus on benchmark rate manipulation prosecutions.

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has been criticised by legal experts for their lack of attention to insider dealing cases, LIBOR and other bank rate cases are blamed. Business crime partner, Neil Swift provides his reasons as to why this may be, suggesting that regulators tend to “only pursue cases where the likelihood of conviction is high.” Read all of Neil’s comments in The Times Brief article here.

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