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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Australia | 3 Dec 2021

Banks seek to spike landmark Australian cartel case before trial

An Australian judge has delayed the start of a cartel trial to give Citigroup, Deutsche Bank and several of their executives the chance to permanently dismiss allegations that they colluded to distribute bank shares.
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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Australia | 3 Nov 2021

Australian judge slams prosecutor in landmark cartel case, orders new indictment

An Australian judge has again ordered the country’s public prosecutor to fix a defective indictment charging Deutsche Bank, Citigroup and several of their employees of colluding to distribute shares after a capital raising fell short.
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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Australia | 2 Nov 2021

Australia drops charges against ANZ in landmark cartel case

Australia's prosecutions office has dropped its criminal indictment against the Australia and New Zealand Banking Group for allegedly colluding with two rival banks to offload roughly €512.9 million worth of ANZ shares.
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Lexology PRO | Australia | 18 Aug 2021

Prosecutor trims “defective” indictment in landmark Australian cartel case

Australia’s public prosecutor has cut down a cartel indictment lodged against ANZ, Citigroup, Deutsche Bank and several of their employees in response to a judge’s criticism of the initial charges as “defective”.
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Lexology PRO | European Union, United Kingdom | 15 Jul 2021

CAT chairman questions alleged effects of Forex cartel

The UK judge overseeing two proposed class actions against members of the Forex cartel has laid out his initial concerns about both claimants’ theories of harm.
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Lexology PRO | Belgium, European Union | 16 Jun 2021

EU blocks former bank cartelists from coronavirus bond issuances

The European Commission has banned ten banks – including Barclays and Deutsche Bank – from participating in certain bond sales to fund coronavirus recovery due to their previous cartel involvement.
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Lexology PRO | Australia | 1 Jun 2021

JPMorgan contests settlement disclosure request in Australian cartel case

JPMorgan has pushed back against claims that its discussions with the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission and the country’s financial regulator during the course of leniency negotiations should be disclosed to banks fighting cartel charges in a landmark case.
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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Belgium, European Union, etc. | 28 May 2021

EU readopts ICAP cartel decision but cuts fine

The European Commission has readopted its decision against ICAP for its alleged role in a conspiracy to manipulate the market for yen interest rate derivatives but slashed the fine it imposed on the broker by €8 million.
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Lexology PRO | Australia | 27 May 2021

Banks fight over disclosure in landmark Australian cartel case

ANZ has urged an Australian court to grant it unredacted access to important communications between the country’s competition and financial watchdogs about leniency applicant JPMorgan, as the bank looks to rebut charges it participated in a criminal cartel.
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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Malaysia | 10 May 2021

Malaysia sues major banks in global attempt to recover stolen 1MDB funds

Malaysia is targeting Deutsche Bank and JPMorgan as part of a broad legal campaign to recover over $23 billion in funds allegedly misappropriated from sovereign wealth fund 1MDB.
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