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Christopher Marks

Fascinating insight into the life of an investment banker facing legal charges for his manipulation of Libor. Eagerly awaiting part 3.

"'I probably deserve to be sitting here because, you know, I made concerted efforts to influence Libor,' he said at one point. 'Although I was operating within a system…in which it was commonplace, ultimately I was someone who was a serial offender within that.'"
-Tom Hayes, to the UK's Serious Fraud Office in an attempt to be convicted to avoid being charged in the US, where the sentences are much harsher

The Unraveling of Tom Hayes | WSJ