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scandal over manipulated interest rates under pressure. Karen Millen Dress
According to SPIEGEL information allows the bank to check whether its own traders were involved in the manipulations. In the U.S. class action lawsuits were filed against several financial houses, including the German bank.
Frankfurt - In the affair of manipulating interest rates falls, the German bank under pressure: According to SPIEGEL information see the largest German financial institution with complaints of investors face. A to Frankfurt Metzler owned investment company in New York have participated in several class actions against the German Bank and other institutions that the manipulation of the Libor market interest rate will be charged. The investors claim damages.
Libor is the rate at which Karen Millen banks lend money to each other.Karen Millen Dresses Bank reports a high Libor rate, this can be seen as a sign of weak capital base. The head of the British bank Barclays, Bob Diamond, had resigned on Tuesday in the wake of interest scandal.
The German bank for months can examined by external auditors, whether its traders were involved in manipulation. The DAX Group pointed again at the weekend on its most recent quarterly report. It states that the German bank had been asked by various "regulatory and government authorities in the U.S. and in Europe" for information "in connection with the quoting of interest rates in the interbank market for different currencies," between 2005 and 2011. "The German bank is cooperating with the authorities on this investigation." The interim report has also been of civil lawsuits in the United States, inter alia, the German bank of the question.
"When are visible in the course of the investigation at Deutsche Bank similar offenses, as they apparently were at Barclays,Karen Millen Dress has also since everything on the test," said Hans-Christoph Hirt of Hermes, the UK shareholder representation. "It's a chance for the new Board Chairman Paul Achleitner to be proved, that he takes by the shareholders clearly articulated concerns seriously." Additionally that the "debate over the regulation of banks, given the Libor will fall out again fundamentally."
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