Mark Johnson, a British citizen who at the time of his arrest was HSBC's global head of foreign exchange cash trading, exits with his lawyer, Frank Wohl (L) following a hearing at the US Federal Court in Brooklyn, New York. Johnson was found guilty by the court of fraud in a currency case. Photo: Reuters Mark Johnson, a British citizen who at the time of his arrest was HSBC's global head of foreign exchange cash trading, exits with his lawyer, Frank Wohl (L) following a hearing at the US Federal Court in Brooklyn, New York. Johnson was found guilty by the court of fraud in a currency case. Photo: Reuters
Mark Johnson, a British citizen who at the time of his arrest was HSBC's global head of foreign exchange cash trading, exits with his lawyer, Frank Wohl (L) following a hearing at the US Federal Court in Brooklyn, New York. Johnson was found guilty by the court of fraud in a currency case. Photo: Reuters

US court convicts former HSBC trader of fraud in currency case linked to US$3.5billion deal

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Mark Johnson, a British citizen who at the time of his arrest was HSBC's global head of foreign exchange cash trading, exits with his lawyer, Frank Wohl (L) following a hearing at the US Federal Court in Brooklyn, New York. Johnson was found guilty by the court of fraud in a currency case. Photo: Reuters Mark Johnson, a British citizen who at the time of his arrest was HSBC's global head of foreign exchange cash trading, exits with his lawyer, Frank Wohl (L) following a hearing at the US Federal Court in Brooklyn, New York. Johnson was found guilty by the court of fraud in a currency case. Photo: Reuters
Mark Johnson, a British citizen who at the time of his arrest was HSBC's global head of foreign exchange cash trading, exits with his lawyer, Frank Wohl (L) following a hearing at the US Federal Court in Brooklyn, New York. Johnson was found guilty by the court of fraud in a currency case. Photo: Reuters
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