U.K. Regulatory Fines Soar Amid Crackdown on Financial CrimeBy
Libor, FX scandals spark 2.5 billion pounds in fines, EY Says
Regulators bow to political pressure and take on tougher cases
U.K. regulators have cracked down on corporate wrongdoers following a series of scandals, including the rigging of Libor and foreign currencies, handing out record fines and seeking more criminal penalties.
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