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UK "flash crash" trader fights extradition to US

GFMA SmartBrief | Apr 23, 2015

A day trader with a reputation for making millions while being distant from fellow traders has appeared in London court to contest extradition to the US on charges of fraud and manipulation in connection with the May 2010 "flash crash". Navinder Singh Sarao's supporters are using #freenav on Twitter and say he saw the risk and rewards and took on the trades. Bloomberg (22 Apr.) Reuters (22 Apr.)


FSB's Carney warns of reversal in financial markets

GFMA SmartBrief | Apr 20, 2015

Deutsche Bank reportedly might leave consumer banking

GFMA SmartBrief | Apr 20, 2015

Deutsche Bank to pay record fine, plead guilty in Libor case

GFMA SmartBrief | Apr 24, 2015

Reviving EU ABS market requires lower capital rules, experts say

GFMA SmartBrief | Apr 22, 2015

EU president Latvia aims to move on capital-markets union

GFMA SmartBrief | Apr 21, 2015

European Commission backs unbundling of research, trading fees

GFMA SmartBrief | Apr 21, 2015

Deutsche Bank uncooperative in Libor inquiry, FCA says

GFMA SmartBrief | Apr 20, 2015

UK trader accused of helping cause 2010 "flash crash"

GFMA SmartBrief | Apr 22, 2015

Next Credit Suisse CEO to face investment-banking decision

GFMA SmartBrief | Apr 22, 2015


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