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Teamsters Fund Sues AllianzGI For Hedge Fund Losses


Scott+Scott filed suit on behalf of Participants in the Teamster Members Retirement Plan against Allianz Global Investors and its subsidiaries, saying investors in a hedge fund it managed lost nearly $1 billion.

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Allianz Investment Arm Sued Over $1B Loss From Virus Crash


Scott+Scott filed suit on behalf of a Teamsters Union retirement plan against AllianzGI alleging it abandoned its risk controls and meaningful downside hedging strategies for a fund purportedly designed to weather extreme market volatility.

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Scott+Scott Announces Class Action Suit on Behalf of R-CALF USA


Scott+Scott files a class action lawsuit in federal district court in Chicago alleging the nation’s four largest beef packers violated US antitrust laws by unlawfully depressing the prices paid to American ranchers.

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Scott+Scott responds to Sherman Joyce’s Law360 guest article, “Gov’t Opioid Suits Hide Attorney’s Personal Interests.”


New York’s banking regulator said Tuesday that Standard Chartered Bank will pay $40 million to resolve claims that it participated in a scheme to rig foreign exchange benchmark rates.

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Banks Accused Of Rigging Libor After Post-Scandal Overhaul


Putnam Bank accuses the owner of the New York Stock Exchange of conspiring with some of the world’s largest banks to artificially deflate a key financial benchmark.

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Deutsche Bank To Pay $190M In Forex Rigging Deal


Deutsche Bank AG agreed to pay $190 million to settle allegations that it rigged foreign exchange rates, making it the latest in a line of global banks that have settled class action claims totaling $2.3 billion to date.

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US Fines HSBC $175m Over ‘unsound’ FX Trading


HSBC has been fined $175 million by the US Federal Reserve for failing to stop its traders from misusing confidential customer information and for telling competitors about their own trading positions.

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$111M Forex Deals Get Preliminary OK, 15th Bank Settles


A federal judge gave preliminary approval to proposed settlements of $111.2 million between five banks and investors in a suit accusing the world’s largest banks of rigging foreign exchange rates, bringing the total of banks that have settled to 15.

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Standard Chartered is among five banks paying $111m over foreign-exchange rigging


Standard Chartered is among five banks that have collectively agreed to settle American legal claims relating to rigging prices in the $5 trillion-a-day foreign exchange market.

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Banks settle currency manipulation claims for $111m


Five more banks have agreed to settle claims that they manipulated currency markets, as the foreign exchange scandal continues to haunt the financial industry.

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