Top Barclays bankers face fraud trial over Qatar payments

Pedro Gonçalves
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Three former Barclays executives charged with fraud in relation to an emergency cash injection from Qatari investors during the financial crisis have appeared in a court in London for the start of their second jury trial . The Old Bailey trial, set to last into next year, involves Roger Jenkins, 64, former executive chairman of Barclays Capital, which used to be the investment banking unit; Thomas Kalaris, 63, who was head of wealth management; and Richard Boath, 60, the former head of European financial institutions. The case, which is being taken by the UK's Serious Fraud Office (SF...

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