Friday, November 27, 2015

Collusion and rate rigging by major banks the focal point of a new civil class action lawsuit

With the Department of Justice and U.S. regulators failing to stop fraud and corruption in the banking system following the 2008 Credit Crisis, it provided the banks a free ticket and ‘get out jail free’ card to continue their criminal activities unabated.  This of course led to more than a dozen instances of fraud and collusion in market mechanisms such as Forex, Libor, money laundering, robo-signing, the gold and silver markets, and many more.

But since the ones charged by Congress and the White House to oversee the banking system not only failed in their duties, but in many cases aided in the fraud, it is now up to the investment arm of the Chicago Teacher’s Pension and Retirement Fund to file a class action lawsuit against most of the major U.S. banks for their part in rate rigging and manipulation, and for the losses incurred by the pension fund because of this fraud.

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