HSBC Executive Barred by Fed After Indictment Over Forex FraudBy and
Mark Johnson and ex-trader were criminally charged in July
Prosecutors accuse them of front-running a $3.5 billon deal
An HSBC Holdings Plc. executive and a former employee have been barred from the banking industry by the Federal Reserve as they face U.S. criminal charges that they committed fraud in conducting foreign-exchange trades.
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