Swap dealers reject ex-employee's declaration in antitrust case

The back and forth of an antitrust case aimed at Wall Street’s biggest swaps dealers continued apace this week, as defendants sought to prevent an amended complaint being filed against them, rejecting that one of their former employee’s declarations could be considered new information.

  • By Ross Lancaster
  • 06 Dec 2018

The 11 US swap dealers are defending themselves against charges that they conspired to both control and boycott electronic trading platforms attempting to enter the interest rate swaps market.

The defendants comprise Bank of America, Barclays, BNP Paribas, Citigroup, ...

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