Deutsche Bank traders let go as part of fix probe

Deutsche Bank Frankfurt

Deutsche Bank has let go of three of its New-York based traders, and one trader in Argentina in connection with the regulatory investigation into alleged manipulation of the WM/Reuters benchmark, according to a person familiar with the matter.

Ezequiel Starobinsky, a vice president at Deutsche Bank's office in Argentina is the latest casualty in the global investigation, following the termination of  Robert Wallden, Diego Moraiz and Christopher Fahy earlier this week. The traders have been let

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