From the Wall Street Journal:
The Libor manipulation scandal has ensnared at least 17 financial institutions and 28 individuals in a wide-ranging investigation spanning 11 countries and four continents. So far, it has netted at least $5 billion in penalties, with more on the way. Below, we’ve taken the most complete list of allegedly involved parties, compiled by WSJ reporters and editors, and mapped an extensive web of connections that reveals the depth of the alleged conspiracy. Connections do not represent allegations of wrongdoing. The Journal has attempted to contact every institution and individual mentioned in this graphic.
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