Libor Probe Said to Expose Collusion, Lack of Internal ControlsLindsay Fortado and Joshua Gallu
Global regulators have exposed flaws in banks’ internal controls that may have allowed traders to manipulate interest rates around the world, two people with knowledge of the probe said.
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