New York state financial regulators say Deutsche Bank will pay a $2.5 billion settlement involving the manipulation of the benchmark interest rates.
Financial Services Superintendent Benjamin Lawsky announced Thursday morning that Deutsche will fire employees who were involved in the misconduct and install an independent monitor for New York state banking law violations.
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