Bogucki plans to fight fraud charges in California

Former Barclays FX head returns ‘not guilty’ plea during arraignment at Brooklyn court

Charges against Robert Bogucki claim he hid the alleged 'wrongdoing' from his managers

Robert Bogucki, a former head of foreign exchange trading at Barclays in New York, has pleaded not guilty to criminal charges that he front-run and defrauded Hewlett-Packard (HP) on a £6 billion options transaction six years ago.

Bogucki is the third senior bank trader to be indicted by the US Department of Justice on front-running charges and wire fraud, following the agency’s ongoing investigation into currency market manipulation, and the second head of FX to be charged. Bogucki’s indictment

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