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Monday, July 17, 2017

British Currency Traders Face Rigging Trial in New York

British Currency Traders Fly to New York to Face Rigging Trial

By Suzi Ring and Bob Van Voris
July 17, 2017, 12:05 AM EDT July 17, 2017, 12:12 PM EDT

  • Men are charged with conspiring to manipulate exchange rates
  • Traders flew from London after negotiating surrender with U.S.
Three former British currency traders touched down in New York over the weekend to face charges that they conspired to rig the foreign-exchange market.

Former JPMorgan Chase & Co. trader Richard Usher, Rohan Ramchandani, who worked at Citigroup Inc., and ex-Barclays Plc trader Chris Ashton appeared in a Manhattan court Monday and pleaded not guilty to U.S. charges. They were released on $650,000 bail for Usher, $1 million for Ramchandani and $200,000 for Ashton.

The charges are the culmination of a global investigation started in 2013 into currency-market manipulation that saw seven banks pay about $10 billion in fines to authorities. The men became a focus of the probes over an electronic chat room, known as “the Cartel,” where they shared information.

The appearance follows months of negotiations with prosecutors over the terms of their surrender, including permission for the men to return to the U.K. while they await trial.

Even though the men agreed not to fight extradition, the hearing could have been in danger of being canceled because final visa approvals only came through in the last few days.

The three all held senior trading roles at their banks. Usher was JPMorgan’s chief currency dealer in London; Ramchandani was Citigroup Inc.’s former head of G-10 spot currency trading and Ashton was the head of global voice spot trading at Barclays.

The trio has frequently pointed to a U.K. Serious Fraud Office decision in 2016 to close its investigation into the matter without filing charges as evidence that they did nothing wrong. U.S. prosecutors announced the charges days before President Donald Trump’s inauguration, after which priorities and personnel often change.

A number of British traders charged by the U.S. in similar manipulation scandals, including Libor, have also decided to stand trial without waging lengthy extradition fights. Former London Rabobank Groep traders Anthony Allen and Anthony Conti were convicted in 2015, but remain in the U.K. while the case is on appeal.

Source: Bloomberg

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