Jul 13, 2012
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The headquarters of Barclays (second, right) pictured within the Canary Wharf business district of London, in the UK, on the day group CE Bob Diamond resigned. Diamond, along with Barclays chairperson Marcus Agius and the group’s recently appointed COO, Jerry del Missier, succumbed to political pressure to resign after the bank admitted to rigging global interest rates.
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