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Paul Thompson, who now lives in Perth, was arrested in October over allegations he and six other Rabobank traders manipulated Libor lending rates to help them make money on their trading positions.
It is alleged the offences were committed while Mr Thompson was working for Rabobank in Singapore between 2006 and 2011.
Mr Thompson spent several days in WA’s Hakea prison before he was released on a $300,000 personal undertaking, so he could care for his sick son.
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