Convicted LIBOR rigger Tom Hayes to learn appeal decision within weeks

Tom Hayes left prison in January

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Tom Hayes to learn appeal decision in weeks
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Tom Hayes to learn appeal decision in weeks

Tom Hayes, the convicted LIBOR rigger, will find out whether the Criminal Cases Review Commission will be referring his case to the Court of Appeal by 10 December, it has been reported.

The CCRC, which investigates suspected miscarriages of justice, confirmed that a decision on the case could be issued within three weeks. The organisation began investigating Tom Hayes' case regarding his conviction around five years ago, after lawyers asked for a review and for his conviction to be overturned. "We should be able to issue the decision very soon," a spokesperson told Investment Week. "I can't give you a specific date, but I hope it will be by the end of next week, or if not the week after." IA pleads with broader market to support asset managers on LIBOR transition ...

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