Ex-Deutsche Bank Head Russia Trader Accused of Stock RiggingBy and
Bank of Russia says Khilov made $4 million for family accounts
Case is unrelated to German bank’s Moscow mirror-trade scandal
Yuri Khilov, the former head of Deutsche Bank AG’s Russian equity-trading desk, allegedly earned more than $4 million by engaging in market manipulation from 2013 to 2015, using accounts that he opened in his relatives’ names.
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