Harry Wilson - City editor at The Times and a former colleague from time at The Daily Telegraph - reveals that Eric Daniels, former chief executive of Lloyds Banking Group, was told about Libor rigging at a BBA meeting in 2008.
I wonder whether that's the same BBA "meeting" that I referred to in this piece - http://betaville123.blogspot.co.uk/2015/04/that-meeting.html - I wrote in late April last year?
In case you don't recall, when I wrote that piece April Lloyds gave me this statement (see below).
However, today Harry has quoted the FCA, the British financial regulator, in his piece as saying:
"We do not think this suggestion that the official findings against Lloyds that no senior managers had any knowledge of problems with Libor is a correct characterisation of what is in the Lloyds's Libor final notice".
Er, what's going on here?