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U.S. Class Action Complaint Alleges IRS Fixing

By November 26, 2015August 18th, 2022News1 min read

The latest class action complaint filed by Quinn Emanuel in the Southern District of New York on November 25, 2015 alleges that a group of dealer banks along with two large trading platforms conspired to limit competition in the Interest Rate Swaps (IRS) market. Fideres’s analysis has been included in the complaint, which can be found in the documents section.

More information about the class action complaint can be found in a Reuters article here.

Alternatively, an Italian publication on the issue can be found here.

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