Bloomberg reported that regulators are saying a RBS trader colluded with a counterpart at UBS to pay over $300,000 in bribes to brokers willing to help them manipulate global interest rates.

Bloomberg said, according to transcripts released by regulators and confirmed by people with direct knowledge of the talks, Neil Danziger, a London-based derivatives specialist at RBS, helped Tom Hayes, the former UBS employee at the center of the global investigation into rate-rigging, to bribe at least two brokers into persuading other banks to submit rates in line with their own.

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