LIBOR Antitrust Case Update (March 2018): Deutsche Bank AG seeks approval to $240 million settlement

By Jenn Rothenberg, VP of Marketing, Financial Recovery Technologies

On Tuesday, February 27, 2018, Deutsche Bank AG agreed to a $240 million settlement for investors who suffered as a result of the banks’ manipulation of the London Interbank Offer Rate (LIBOR).

Deutsche Bank joins other banks including Citigroup Inc ($130 million), Barclays Bank PCL ($120 million) as well as settlements for LIBOR bondholders ($210 million) who had previously settled with affected investors. This brings the settlement pool to $700 million. Outstanding claims against 15 banks remain.

>> To read the February 27th Law360 article, click here (may require a subscription).

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