Lawyers to search files of 35 Deutsche Bank staff

Includes traders and others who were not part of the production of information given to regulators

Gloves off: class action participants have reached an agreement with Deutsche Bank to search the files of additional individual traders and others

The files of 35 Deutsche Bank (DB) employees – who were not included in the regulatory investigation into the alleged rigging of the WM/R benchmark – will be searched by lawyers litigating the class action lawsuit for further evidence that the bank and its competitors conspired to rig currency markets, FX Week has learned.

Deutsche Bank agreed on March 2 to have the records of nearly three dozen custodians searched, after investors complained to District Court Judge Lorna Schofield that they

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