Ex-UBS Trader Barred From Banking for Currency RiggingBy and
Gardiner said to help build criminal cases against traders
Penalty imposed by Fed is first against a trader in probe
The U.S. Federal Reserve banned former UBS Group AG trader Matthew Gardiner from the banking industry for life for rigging currency benchmarks, the first U.S. penalty against an individual in the three-year investigation.
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