Google translate first published 27 July 2012:
The Dutch Rabobank has in the period between 2008 and 2011 fired four employees who may be involved in the Libor scandal, reports the New York Times. The quartet committed fraud with the interest that banks charge each other. So they could help their bank money traders.
A Rabobank spokesman said he never allowed to say anything about individual employees who are fired. The Japanese bank Mitsubishi UFJ already suspended two London traders for eight years, whom had worked before at Rabobank. According to the Rabobank it is this pair of the four employees who are fired.