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Irish regulator begins ‘rogue trader’ probe at IFSC bank

The Financial Regulator is investigating a possible rogue trader case involving an employee at the London offices of a Dublin based bank, owned by Merrill Lynch.

7th March, 2009

The Financial Regulator is investigating a possible rogue trader case involving an employee at the London offices of a Dublin based bank, owned by Merrill Lynch.

The Financial Regulator has confirmed that it had been made aware of‘ ‘matters relating to the mispricing of trades’’ in London on February 18 and had authorised investigators to go into the offices in the days that followed.

Merrill confirmed last week that it had uncovered...

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