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January 24, 2013

Barclays executives named in Libor case

Barclays’ former senior executives including Bob Diamond, John Varley, Jerry del Missier, current chief financial officer Chris Lucas and current head of investment banking Rich Ricci are among 104 of the bank’s employees who attempted to keep their names private in High Court litigation involving the first British damages claim over the alleged manipulation of Libor.

Their names were disclosed by the bank to regulators as part of the Libor probe and were released on Thursday in a High Court hearing in London.

Among the 104 applicants is a “shortlist” of 24 names of individuals referred to in the regulatory settlements over Libor who are not necessarily implicated in any wrongdoing.

 

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