by James Quinn, The Telegraph:
Southwark Crown Court heard that the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) has written to 22 individuals to tell them they may be investigated and could face criminal charges.
None of the 22 has been charged, and many have yet to be interviewed. Each of the 22 has been written to by the SFO, as the financial crime agency looks to widen the case into the alleged fixing of the key interest rate.
A lawyer for one of the 22 said that his client could be charged by US authorities as early as this week, however.
The SFO is however looking at a far wider number of possible individuals who may have been involved in alleged fixing, and has some 60 investigators working on the case.
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