The US DoJ announces that a former currency trader at a major multinational bank is sentenced to jail and required to pay a fine for participating in price fixing and bid rigging

Former Foreign Exchange Trader Sentenced To Prison For Price Fixing And Bid Rigging* Akshay Aiyer, a former currency trader at a major multinational bank, was sentenced to serve eight months in jail and ordered to pay a $150,000 criminal fine for his participation in an antitrust conspiracy to manipulate prices for emerging market currencies in the global foreign currency exchange (FX) market, the Justice Department announced today. On Nov. 20, 2019, Aiyer was convicted after a three-week jury trial in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York for conspiring to fix prices and rig bids in Central and Eastern European,

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US Department of Justice Antitrust Division, The US DoJ announces that a former currency trader at a major multinational bank is sentenced to jail and required to pay a fine for participating in price fixing and bid rigging , 17 September 2020, e-Competitions September 2020, Art. N° 96808

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