Pocket Change – Granted…we were stupid…Are we all supposed to be this stupid?

The perpetrators of these crimes must be prosecuted.  No fines can be justified to replace the justice necessary to settle accounts for the fraud upon society.

Global Citizens…Do you need more evidence of the criminal actions of those protecting the criminal cabals?

Time for the people to investigate.

Time for the people to convene their own grand juries and prosecute the offenders!

 

 

http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/11/12/us-banks-forex-settlement-cftc-idUSKCN0IW0E520141112

The Fog is lifting… | Scanned Retina Blog

Regulators fine global banks $4.3 billion in currency investigation

LONDON/ZURICH/NEW YORK Wed Nov 12, 2014 5:10pm EST

 (Reuters) – Regulators fined six major banks a total of $4.3 billion for failing to stop traders from trying to manipulate the foreign exchange market, following a yearlong global investigation.

HSBC Holdings Plc, Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc, JPMorgan Chase & Co, Citigroup Inc, UBS AG and Bank of America Corp all faced penalties resulting from the inquiry, which has put the largely unregulated $5-trillion-a-day market on a tighter leash, accelerated the push to automate trading and ensnared the Bank of England.

Authorities accused dealers of sharing confidential information about client orders and coordinating trades to boost their own profits. The foreign exchange benchmark they allegedly manipulated is used by asset managers and corporate treasurers to value their holdings.

Dealers used code names to identify clients without naming them and swapped information in online chatrooms with pseudonyms such as “the players”, “the 3 musketeers” and “1 team, 1 dream.” Those who were not involved were belittled, and traders used obscene language to congratulate themselves on quick profits made from their scams, authorities said.

Wednesday’s fines bring total penalties for benchmark manipulation to more than $10 billion over two years. Britain’s Financial Conduct Authority levied the biggest penalty in the history of the City of London, $1.77 billion, against five of the lenders.

“Today’s record fines mark the gravity of the failings we found, and firms need to take responsibility for putting it right,” FCA Chief Executive Officer Martin Wheatley said.

He said bank managers needed to keep a closer eye on their traders rather than leaving it to compliance departments, which make sure employees follow the rules.

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