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Kerviel on Curfew - 09 Sep 2014
64 PICTURES
FRANCE-TRADER/KERVIEL
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September 08, 2014
Former trader Jerome Kerviel (R) and his lawyer David Koubbi leave the Fleury-Merogis prison near Paris...
Fleury-Merogis, France
Former trader Jerome Kerviel (R) and his lawyer David Koubbi leave the Fleury-Merogis prison near Paris...
Former trader Jerome Kerviel (R) and his lawyer David Koubbi leave the Fleury-Merogis prison near Paris September 8, 2014. The French trader Jerome Kerviel, who was sentenced in May to three years in jail over trading that lost his bank billions of euros, won a court battle that will allow him to leave prison today as long as he respects home curfew rules. Kerviel, convicted after losing Societe Generale 4.9 billion euros ($6.4 billion) in 2008 with a pileup of trades that went wrong, walked free on September 8, and will wear an electronic bracelet that will allow him to go to work during the day but will alert authorities if he tries to leave home between 8.30 p.m. and 7 a.m. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
FRANCE-KERVIEL/
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March 19, 2014
Jerome Kerviel, former trader of French bank Societe Generale, walks while carrying his backpack in Modena,...
Modena, Italy
Kerviel, former trader of French bank Societe Generale, walks while carrying his backpack in Modena
Jerome Kerviel, former trader of French bank Societe Generale, walks while carrying his backpack in Modena, northern Italy March 19, 2014. France's highest court of appeal upheld Kerviel's criminal conviction and three-year jail sentence over massive market bets that brought the French bank to the brink of collapse in 2008. However, the court overturned a civil ruling that demanded Kerviel pay a fine of 4.9 billion euros ($6.8 billion) that matched the bank's losses when it unwound the trader's mammoth positions in the midst of the financial crisis. A new civil trial will take place before the Versailles Appeals Court to decide on eventual damages. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
FRANCE-KERVIEL/
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March 19, 2014
Jerome Kerviel, former trader of French bank Societe Generale, walks while carrying his backpack in Modena,...
Modena, Italy
Kerviel, former trader of French bank Societe Generale, walks while carrying his backpack in Modena
Jerome Kerviel, former trader of French bank Societe Generale, walks while carrying his backpack in Modena, northern Italy March 19, 2014. France's highest court of appeal is set on Wednesday to deliver what may be the final word on the fate of Kerviel, who has spent more than three years fighting a jail sentence over massive market bets that almost brought the bank to the brink of collapse in 2008. Kerviel, 37, turned to the Court of Cassation in 2012 after losing his initial appeal against a three-year jail sentence and a fine of 4.9 billion euros ($6.8 billion), designed to compensate SocGen for its losses when it unwound the trader's mammoth positions in the midst of the financial crisis. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-KERVIEL/
RTR3HPNI
March 19, 2014
Jerome Kerviel, former trader of French bank Societe Generale, is filmed by a cameraman as he continues...
Modena, Italy
Kerviel, former trader of French bank Societe Generale, is filmed by a cameraman as he continues on his...
Jerome Kerviel, former trader of French bank Societe Generale, is filmed by a cameraman as he continues on his walk from Rome to Paris, in Modena, northern Italy March 19, 2014. France's highest court of appeal is set on Wednesday to deliver what may be the final word on the fate of Kerviel, who has spent more than three years fighting a jail sentence over massive market bets that almost brought the bank to the brink of collapse in 2008. Kerviel, 37, turned to the Court of Cassation in 2012 after losing his initial appeal against a three-year jail sentence and a fine of 4.9 billion euros ($6.8 billion), designed to compensate SocGen for its losses when it unwound the trader's mammoth positions in the midst of the financial crisis. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-KERVIEL/
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March 19, 2014
Jerome Kerviel, former trader of French bank Societe Generale, continues on his walk from Rome to Paris,...
Modena, Italy
Kerviel, former trader of French bank Societe Generale, continues on his walk from Rome to Paris, in...
Jerome Kerviel, former trader of French bank Societe Generale, continues on his walk from Rome to Paris, in Modena, northern Italy March 19, 2014. France's highest court of appeal is set on Wednesday to deliver what may be the final word on the fate of Kerviel, who has spent more than three years fighting a jail sentence over massive market bets that almost brought the bank to the brink of collapse in 2008. Kerviel, 37, turned to the Court of Cassation in 2012 after losing his initial appeal against a three-year jail sentence and a fine of 4.9 billion euros ($6.8 billion), designed to compensate SocGen for its losses when it unwound the trader's mammoth positions in the midst of the financial crisis. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-KERVIEL/
RTR3HPMI
March 19, 2014
Jerome Kerviel, former trader of French bank Societe Generale, is filmed by a camerawoman he continues...
Modena, Italy
Kerviel, former trader of French bank Societe Generale, is filmed by a camerawoman he continues on his...
Jerome Kerviel, former trader of French bank Societe Generale, is filmed by a camerawoman he continues on his walk from Rome to Paris, in Modena, northern Italy March 19, 2014. France's highest court of appeal is set on Wednesday to deliver what may be the final word on the fate of Kerviel, who has spent more than three years fighting a jail sentence over massive market bets that almost brought the bank to the brink of collapse in 2008. Kerviel, 37, turned to the Court of Cassation in 2012 after losing his initial appeal against a three-year jail sentence and a fine of 4.9 billion euros ($6.8 billion), designed to compensate SocGen for its losses when it unwound the trader's mammoth positions in the midst of the financial crisis. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-KERVIEL/
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March 19, 2014
Jerome Kerviel, former trader of French bank Societe Generale, is filmed by a cameraman he continues...
Modena, Italy
Kerviel, former trader of French bank Societe Generale, is filmed by a cameraman he continues on his...
Jerome Kerviel, former trader of French bank Societe Generale, is filmed by a cameraman he continues on his walk from Rome to Paris, in Modena, northern Italy March 19, 2014. France's highest court of appeal is set on Wednesday to deliver what may be the final word on the fate of Kerviel, who has spent more than three years fighting a jail sentence over massive market bets that almost brought the bank to the brink of collapse in 2008. Kerviel, 37, turned to the Court of Cassation in 2012 after losing his initial appeal against a three-year jail sentence and a fine of 4.9 billion euros ($6.8 billion), designed to compensate SocGen for its losses when it unwound the trader's mammoth positions in the midst of the financial crisis. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-KERVIEL/
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March 19, 2014
Jerome Kerviel, former trader of French bank Societe Generale, leaves a hotel in Modena, northern Italy...
Modena, Italy
Kerviel, former trader of French bank Societe Generale, leaves a hotel in Modena
Jerome Kerviel, former trader of French bank Societe Generale, leaves a hotel in Modena, northern Italy March 19, 2014. France's highest court of appeal is set on Wednesday to deliver what may be the final word on the fate of Kerviel, who has spent more than three years fighting a jail sentence over massive market bets that almost brought the bank to the brink of collapse in 2008. Kerviel, 37, turned to the Court of Cassation in 2012 after losing his initial appeal against a three-year jail sentence and a fine of 4.9 billion euros ($6.8 billion), designed to compensate SocGen for its losses when it unwound the trader's mammoth positions in the midst of the financial crisis. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-KERVIEL/
RTR3HPKK
March 19, 2014
Jerome Kerviel, former trader of French bank Societe Generale, leaves a hotel in Modena, northern Italy...
Modena, Italy
Kerviel, former trader of French bank Societe Generale, leaves a hotel in Modena
Jerome Kerviel, former trader of French bank Societe Generale, leaves a hotel in Modena, northern Italy March 19, 2014. France's highest court of appeal is set on Wednesday to deliver what may be the final word on the fate of Kerviel, who has spent more than three years fighting a jail sentence over massive market bets that almost brought the bank to the brink of collapse in 2008. Kerviel, 37, turned to the Court of Cassation in 2012 after losing his initial appeal against a three-year jail sentence and a fine of 4.9 billion euros ($6.8 billion), designed to compensate SocGen for its losses when it unwound the trader's mammoth positions in the midst of the financial crisis. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-KERVIEL/
RTR3HPKG
March 19, 2014
Jerome Kerviel, former trader of French bank Societe Generale, leaves a hotel in Modena, northern Italy...
Modena, Italy
Kerviel, former trader of French bank Societe Generale, leaves a hotel in Modena
Jerome Kerviel, former trader of French bank Societe Generale, leaves a hotel in Modena, northern Italy March 19, 2014. France's highest court of appeal is set on Wednesday to deliver what may be the final word on the fate of Kerviel, who has spent more than three years fighting a jail sentence over massive market bets that almost brought the bank to the brink of collapse in 2008. Kerviel, 37, turned to the Court of Cassation in 2012 after losing his initial appeal against a three-year jail sentence and a fine of 4.9 billion euros ($6.8 billion), designed to compensate SocGen for its losses when it unwound the trader's mammoth positions in the midst of the financial crisis. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-KERVIEL/
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March 19, 2014
Jerome Kerviel, former trader of French bank Societe Generale, smokes a cigarette as he stands outside...
Modena, Italy
Kerviel, former trader of French bank Societe Generale, smokes a cigarette as he stands outside a hotel...
Jerome Kerviel, former trader of French bank Societe Generale, smokes a cigarette as he stands outside a hotel in Modena, northern Italy March 19, 2014. France's highest court of appeal is set on Wednesday to deliver what may be the final word on the fate of Kerviel, who has spent more than three years fighting a jail sentence over massive market bets that almost brought the bank to the brink of collapse in 2008. Kerviel, 37, turned to the Court of Cassation in 2012 after losing his initial appeal against a three-year jail sentence and a fine of 4.9 billion euros ($6.8 billion), designed to compensate SocGen for its losses when it unwound the trader's mammoth positions in the midst of the financial crisis. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-KERVIAL/
RTR3HOSQ
March 19, 2014
Jerome Kerviel, former trader of French bank Societe Generale, smokes a cigarette as he stands outside...
Modena, Italy
Kerviel, former trader of French bank Societe Generale, smokes a cigarette as he stands outside a hotel...
Jerome Kerviel, former trader of French bank Societe Generale, smokes a cigarette as he stands outside a hotel in Modena, northern Italy March 19, 2014. France's highest court of appeal is set on Wednesday to deliver what may be the final word on the fate of Kerviel, who has spent more than three years fighting a jail sentence over massive market bets that almost brought the bank to the brink of collapse in 2008. Kerviel, 37, turned to the Court of Cassation in 2012 after losing his initial appeal against a three-year jail sentence and a fine of 4.9 billion euros ($6.8 billion), designed to compensate SocGen for its losses when it unwound the trader's mammoth positions in the midst of the financial crisis. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-KERVIEL/
RTR3HOSN
March 19, 2014
Jerome Kerviel, former trader of French bank Societe Generale, looks on as he stands outside a hotel...
Modena, Italy
Kerviel, former trader of French bank Societe Generale, looks on as he stands outside a hotel in Modena...
Jerome Kerviel, former trader of French bank Societe Generale, looks on as he stands outside a hotel in Modena, northern Italy March 19, 2014. France's highest court of appeal is set on Wednesday to deliver what may be the final word on the fate of Kerviel, who has spent more than three years fighting a jail sentence over massive market bets that almost brought the bank to the brink of collapse in 2008. Kerviel, 37, turned to the Court of Cassation in 2012 after losing his initial appeal against a three-year jail sentence and a fine of 4.9 billion euros ($6.8 billion), designed to compensate SocGen for its losses when it unwound the trader's mammoth positions in the midst of the financial crisis. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
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News
Ex-Trader Kerviel Rebuffed By Paris Employment Tribunal - 05 Jul 2013
42 PICTURES
SOCGEN-KERVIEL/APPEAL
RTR39K6R
October 25, 2012
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel leaves the office of his lawyer David Koubbi hours after...
Paris, France
Former Societe Generale trader Kerviel leaves lawyer Koubbi's office in Paris
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel leaves the office of his lawyer David Koubbi hours after the verdict in his appeals trial October 24, 2012. Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel lost his appeal on Wednesday against a three-year prison sentence for his role in France's biggest rogue-trading scandal. A Paris appeals court ruled that the 35-year-old ex-trader, who had fought to overturn a 2010 conviction for taking huge, risky bets that cost SocGen 4.9 billion euros ($6.35 billion), was responsible. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW HEADSHOT)
SOCGEN-KERVIEL/APPEAL
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October 24, 2012
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel leaves the office of his lawyer David Koubbi hours after...
Paris, France
Former Societe Generale trader Kerviel leaves lawyer Koubbi's office in Paris
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel leaves the office of his lawyer David Koubbi hours after the verdict in his appeals trial October 24, 2012. Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel lost his appeal on Wednesday against a three-year prison sentence for his role in France's biggest rogue-trading scandal. A Paris appeals court ruled that the 35-year-old ex-trader, who had fought to overturn a 2010 conviction for taking huge, risky bets that cost SocGen 4.9 billion euros ($6.35 billion), was responsible. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
SOCGEN-KERVIEL/APPEAL
RTR39IWQ
October 24, 2012
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel (R) and his lawyer David Koubbi depart in a taxi inn Paris...
Paris, France
Former Societe Generale trader Kerviel and his lawyer Koubbi depart in a taxi in Paris
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel (R) and his lawyer David Koubbi depart in a taxi inn Paris as they leave his lawyer's office hours after the verdict in his appeals trial October 24, 2012. Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel lost his appeal on Wednesday against a three-year prison sentence for his role in France's biggest rogue-trading scandal. A Paris appeals court ruled that the 35-year-old ex-trader, who had fought to overturn a 2010 conviction for taking huge, risky bets that cost SocGen 4.9 billion euros ($6.35 billion), was responsible REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
SOCGEN-KERVIEL/APPEAL
RTR39IW8
October 24, 2012
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel (L) and his lawyer David Koubbi (R) walk in the street...
Paris, France
Former Societe Generale trader Kerviel and his lawyer Koubbi walk in the street in Paris
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel (L) and his lawyer David Koubbi (R) walk in the street in Paris as they leave his lawyer's office hours after the verdict in his appeals trial October 24, 2012. Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel lost his appeal on Wednesday against a three-year prison sentence for his role in France's biggest rogue-trading scandal. A Paris appeals court ruled that the 35-year-old ex-trader, who had fought to overturn a 2010 conviction for taking huge, risky bets that cost SocGen 4.9 billion euros ($6.35 billion), was responsible REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
SOCGEN-KERVIEL/APPEAL
RTR39IW3
October 24, 2012
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel (R) and his lawyer David Koubbi (L) leave his lawyer's...
Paris, France
Former Societe Generale trader Kerviel and his lawyer Koubbi leave Koubbi's office in Paris
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel (R) and his lawyer David Koubbi (L) leave his lawyer's office hours after the verdict in his appeals trial October 24, 2012. Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel lost his appeal on Wednesday against a three-year prison sentence for his role in France's biggest rogue-trading scandal. A Paris appeals court ruled that the 35-year-old ex-trader, who had fought to overturn a 2010 conviction for taking huge, risky bets that cost SocGen 4.9 billion euros ($6.35 billion), was responsible REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
SOCGEN-KERVIEL/APPEAL
RTR39IVR
October 24, 2012
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel (L) and his lawyer David Koubbi (R) walk in the street...
Paris, France
Former Societe Generale trader Kerviel and his lawyer Koubbi leave Koubbi's office in Paris
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel (L) and his lawyer David Koubbi (R) walk in the street in Paris as they leave his lawyer's office after the verdict in his appeals trial October 24, 2012. Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel lost his appeal on Wednesday against a three-year prison sentence for his role in France's biggest rogue-trading scandal. A Paris appeals court ruled that the 35-year-old ex-trader, who had fought to overturn a 2010 conviction for taking huge, risky bets that cost SocGen 4.9 billion euros ($6.35 billion), was responsible REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW MEDIA)
SOCGEN-KERVIEL/APPEAL
RTR39IVN
October 24, 2012
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel (2ndR) and his lawyer David Koubbi (R) walk in the street...
Paris, France
Former Societe Generale trader Kerviel and his lawyer Koubbi leave Koubbi's office in Paris
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel (2ndR) and his lawyer David Koubbi (R) walk in the street in Paris as they leave his lawyer's office after the verdict in his appeals trial October 24, 2012. Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel lost his appeal on Wednesday against a three-year prison sentence for his role in France's biggest rogue-trading scandal. A Paris appeals court ruled that the 35-year-old ex-trader, who had fought to overturn a 2010 conviction for taking huge, risky bets that cost SocGen 4.9 billion euros ($6.35 billion), was responsible REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW MEDIA)
SOCGEN-KERVIEL/APPEAL
RTR39IVJ
October 24, 2012
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel (L) and his lawyer David Koubbi (R) walk in the street...
Paris, France
Former Societe Generale trader Kerviel and his lawyer Koubbi leave Koubbi's office in Paris
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel (L) and his lawyer David Koubbi (R) walk in the street in Paris as they leave his lawyer's office after the verdict in his appeals trial October 24, 2012. Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel lost his appeal on Wednesday against a three-year prison sentence for his role in France's biggest rogue-trading scandal. A Paris appeals court ruled that the 35-year-old ex-trader, who had fought to overturn a 2010 conviction for taking huge, risky bets that cost SocGen 4.9 billion euros ($6.35 billion), was responsible REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW MEDIA)
SOCGEN-KERVIEL/APPEAL
RTR39IVH
October 24, 2012
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel walks in the street in Paris as he leaves his lawyer David...
Paris, France
Former Societe Generale trader Kerviel and his lawyer Koubbi leave Koubbi's office in Paris
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel walks in the street in Paris as he leaves his lawyer David Koubbi's office after the verdict in his appeals trial October 24, 2012. Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel lost his appeal on Wednesday against a three-year prison sentence for his role in France's biggest rogue-trading scandal. A Paris appeals court ruled that the 35-year-old ex-trader, who had fought to overturn a 2010 conviction for taking huge, risky bets that cost SocGen 4.9 billion euros ($6.35 billion), was responsible REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
SOCGEN-KERVIEL/APPEAL
RTR39IV9
October 24, 2012
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel (L) and his lawyer David Koubbi (R) walk in the street...
Paris, France
Former Societe Generale trader Kerviel and his lawyer Koubbi leave Koubbi's office in Paris
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel (L) and his lawyer David Koubbi (R) walk in the street in Paris as they leave his lawyer's office after the verdict in his appeals trial October 24, 2012. Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel lost his appeal on Wednesday against a three-year prison sentence for his role in France's biggest rogue-trading scandal. A Paris appeals court ruled that the 35-year-old ex-trader, who had fought to overturn a 2010 conviction for taking huge, risky bets that cost SocGen 4.9 billion euros ($6.35 billion), was responsible REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
SOCGEN-KERVIEL/APPEAL
RTR39ILZ
October 24, 2012
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel (C) arrive with his lawyers David Koubbi (R) and Benoit...
Paris, France
Former Societe Generale trader Kerviel and his lawyer Koubbi arrive at the Paris court for the verdict...
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel (C) arrive with his lawyers David Koubbi (R) and Benoit Pruvost (L) at the Paris court for the verdict in his appeal trial October 24, 2012. Kerviel, the man behind France's biggest rogue-trading scandal, finds out today whether he is heading to prison or walking free after his last court appeal in a four-year battle against former employer Societe Generale. Former trader Kerviel submitted a final attempt in June to be acquitted and avoid a three-year jail sentence handed down in 2010 for his role in taking huge, risky bets that cost SocGen 4.9 billion euros ($6.4 billion) to unwind and slammed the French bank's reputation. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCEBUSINESS LAW - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
SOCGEN-KERVIEL/APPEAL
RTR39IIR
October 24, 2012
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel (2ndR) and his lawyers David Koubbi (R) and Benoit Pruvost...
Paris, France
Former Societe Generale trader Kerviel and his lawyer Koubbi arrive at the Paris court for the verdict...
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel (2ndR) and his lawyers David Koubbi (R) and Benoit Pruvost (2ndLarrive at the Paris court for the verdict in his appeal trial October 24, 2012. Kerviel, the man behind France's biggest rogue-trading scandal, finds out today whether he is heading to prison or walking free after his last court appeal in a four-year battle against former employer Societe Generale. Former trader Kerviel submitted a final attempt in June to be acquitted and avoid a three-year jail sentence handed down in 2010 for his role in taking huge, risky bets that cost SocGen 4.9 billion euros ($6.4 billion) to unwind and slammed the French bank's reputation. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
SOCGEN-KERVIEL/APPEAL
RTR39IG8
October 24, 2012
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel arrives at the Paris court for the verdict in his appeal...
Paris, France
Former Societe Generale trader Kerviel arrives at the Paris court for the verdict in his appeal trial...
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel arrives at the Paris court for the verdict in his appeal trial October 24, 2012. Kerviel, the man behind France's biggest rogue-trading scandal, finds out today whether he is heading to prison or walking free after his last court appeal in a four-year battle against former employer Societe Generale. Former trader Kerviel submitted a final attempt in June to be acquitted and avoid a three-year jail sentence handed down in 2010 for his role in taking huge, risky bets that cost SocGen 4.9 billion euros ($6.4 billion) to unwind and slammed the French bank's reputation. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCEBUSINESS LAW - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
SOCGEN-KERVIEL/APPEAL
RTR39IG5
October 24, 2012
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel (C) and his lawyer David Koubbi (R) arrive at the Paris...
Paris, France
Former Societe Generale trader Kerviel and his lawyer Koubbi arrive at the Paris court for the verdict...
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel (C) and his lawyer David Koubbi (R) arrive at the Paris court for the verdict in his appeal trial October 24, 2012. Kerviel, the man behind France's biggest rogue-trading scandal, finds out today whether he is heading to prison or walking free after his last court appeal in a four-year battle against former employer Societe Generale. Former trader Kerviel submitted a final attempt in June to be acquitted and avoid a three-year jail sentence handed down in 2010 for his role in taking huge, risky bets that cost SocGen 4.9 billion euros ($6.4 billion) to unwind and slammed the French bank's reputation. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCEBUSINESS LAW - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
SOCGEN-KERVIEL/APPEAL
RTR39IG2
October 24, 2012
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel arrives at the Paris court for the verdict in his appeal...
Paris, France
Former Societe Generale trader Kerviel arrives at the Paris court for the verdict in his appeal trial...
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel arrives at the Paris court for the verdict in his appeal trial October 24, 2012. Kerviel, the man behind France's biggest rogue-trading scandal, finds out today whether he is heading to prison or walking free after his last court appeal in a four-year battle against former employer Societe Generale. Former trader Kerviel submitted a final attempt in June to be acquitted and avoid a three-year jail sentence handed down in 2010 for his role in taking huge, risky bets that cost SocGen 4.9 billion euros ($6.4 billion) to unwind and slammed the French bank's reputation. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCEBUSINESS LAW - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
SOCGEN-KERVIEL/APPEAL
RTR39IFU
October 24, 2012
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel (L) and his lawyer David Koubbi (R) arrive at the Paris...
Paris, France
Former Societe Generale trader Kerviel and his lawyer Koubbi arrive at the Paris court for the verdict...
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel (L) and his lawyer David Koubbi (R) arrive at the Paris court for the verdict in his appeal trial October 24, 2012. Kerviel, the man behind France's biggest rogue-trading scandal, finds out today whether he is heading to prison or walking free after his last court appeal in a four-year battle against former employer Societe Generale. Former trader Kerviel submitted a final attempt in June to be acquitted and avoid a three-year jail sentence handed down in 2010 for his role in taking huge, risky bets that cost SocGen 4.9 billion euros ($6.4 billion) to unwind and slammed the French bank's reputation. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCEBUSINESS LAW - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
SOCGEN-KERVIEL/APPEAL
RTR39IFN
October 24, 2012
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel (L) and his lawyer David Koubbi (R) arrive at the Paris...
Paris, France
Former Societe Generale trader Kerviel and his lawyer Koubbi arrive at the Paris court for the verdict...
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel (L) and his lawyer David Koubbi (R) arrive at the Paris court for the verdict in his appeal trial October 24, 2012. Kerviel, the man behind France's biggest rogue-trading scandal, finds out today whether he is heading to prison or walking free after his last court appeal in a four-year battle against former employer Societe Generale. Former trader Kerviel submitted a final attempt in June to be acquitted and avoid a three-year jail sentence handed down in 2010 for his role in taking huge, risky bets that cost SocGen 4.9 billion euros ($6.4 billion) to unwind and slammed the French bank's reputation. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCEBUSINESS LAW - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
SOCGEN-KERVIEL/APPEAL
RTR39IFL
October 24, 2012
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel (L) and his lawyer David Koubbi (R) arrive at the Paris...
Paris, France
Former Societe Generale trader Kerviel and his lawyer Koubbi arrive at the Paris court for the verdict...
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel (L) and his lawyer David Koubbi (R) arrive at the Paris court for the verdict in his appeal trial October 24, 2012. Kerviel, the man behind France's biggest rogue-trading scandal, finds out today whether he is heading to prison or walking free after his last court appeal in a four-year battle against former employer Societe Generale. Former trader Kerviel submitted a final attempt in June to be acquitted and avoid a three-year jail sentence handed down in 2010 for his role in taking huge, risky bets that cost SocGen 4.9 billion euros ($6.4 billion) to unwind and slammed the French bank's reputation. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCEBUSINESS LAW - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
SOCGEN-KERVIEL/APPEAL
RTR39IFC
October 24, 2012
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel (C) arrive with his lawyers David Koubbi (R) and Benoit...
Paris, France
Former Societe Generale trader Kerviel and his lawyer Koubbi arrive at the Paris court for the verdict...
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel (C) arrive with his lawyers David Koubbi (R) and Benoit Pruvost (L) at the Paris court for the verdict in his appeal trial October 24, 2012. Kerviel, the man behind France's biggest rogue-trading scandal, finds out today whether he is heading to prison or walking free after his last court appeal in a four-year battle against former employer Societe Generale. Former trader Kerviel submitted a final attempt in June to be acquitted and avoid a three-year jail sentence handed down in 2010 for his role in taking huge, risky bets that cost SocGen 4.9 billion euros ($6.4 billion) to unwind and slammed the French bank's reputation. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCEBUSINESS LAW - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
SOCGEN-KERVIEL/APPEAL
RTR39IEJ
October 24, 2012
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel (C) enters a car as he leaves the office of his lawyer...
Paris, France
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel enters a car as he leaves the office of his lawyer David...
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel (C) enters a car as he leaves the office of his lawyer David Koubbi on their way to the Paris court for the verdict in his appeal trial October 24, 2012. Kerviel, the man behind France's biggest rogue-trading scandal, finds out today whether he is heading to prison or walking free after his last court appeal in a four-year battle against former employer Societe Generale. Former trader Kerviel submitted a final attempt in June to be acquitted and avoid a three-year jail sentence handed down in 2010 for his role in taking huge, risky bets that cost SocGen 4.9 billion euros ($6.4 billion) to unwind and slammed the French bank's reputation. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
SOCGEN-KERVIEL/APPEAL
RTR39IE8
October 24, 2012
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel (L) and his lawyer David Koubbi leave Koubbi's office on...
Paris, France
Former Societe Generale trader Kerviel and his lawyer Koubbi leave Koubbi's office on their way to the...
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel (L) and his lawyer David Koubbi leave Koubbi's office on their way to the Paris court for the verdict in his appeal trial October 24, 2012. Kerviel, the man behind France's biggest rogue-trading scandal, finds out today whether he is heading to prison or walking free after his last court appeal in a four-year battle against former employer Societe Generale. Former trader Kerviel submitted a final attempt in June to be acquitted and avoid a three-year jail sentence handed down in 2010 for his role in taking huge, risky bets that cost SocGen 4.9 billion euros ($6.4 billion) to unwind and slammed the French bank's reputation. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
SOCGEN-KERVIEL/APPEAL
RTR39IE4
October 24, 2012
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel (L) and his lawyer David Koubbi leave Koubbi's office on...
Paris, France
Former Societe Generale trader Kerviel and his lawyer Koubbi leave Koubbi's office on their way to the...
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel (L) and his lawyer David Koubbi leave Koubbi's office on their way to the Paris court for the verdict in his appeal trial October 24, 2012. Kerviel, the man behind France's biggest rogue-trading scandal, finds out today whether he is heading to prison or walking free after his last court appeal in a four-year battle against former employer Societe Generale. Former trader Kerviel submitted a final attempt in June to be acquitted and avoid a three-year jail sentence handed down in 2010 for his role in taking huge, risky bets that cost SocGen 4.9 billion euros ($6.4 billion) to unwind and slammed the French bank's reputation. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
SOCGEN-GEYS/COURT
RTR3996K
October 17, 2012
Raphael Geys, a former managing director of Societe Generale's fixed income sales in London, leaves the...
London, United Kingdom
Raphael Geys, a former managing director of Societe Generale's fixed income sales in London, leaves the...
Raphael Geys, a former managing director of Societe Generale's fixed income sales in London, leaves the Supreme Court in central London October 17, 2012. A senior banker, who says he was fired for being too successful, is taking his 12.5 million euro-plus ($16 million) lawsuit against France's Societe Generale to the UK's highest court in a case that could re-draft employment law. Geys, a Belgian national and a former managing director of SocGen's European fixed income sales in London, is suing for breach of contract after France's second-largest bank summarily fired him in 2007 without paying his full severance package. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT CRIME LAW)
SOCGEN-GEYS/COURT
RTR3996E
October 17, 2012
Raphael Geys, a former managing director of Societe Generale's fixed income sales in London, leaves the...
London, United Kingdom
Raphael Geys, a former managing director of Societe Generale's fixed income sales in London, leaves the...
Raphael Geys, a former managing director of Societe Generale's fixed income sales in London, leaves the Supreme Court in central London October 17, 2012. A senior banker, who says he was fired for being too successful, is taking his 12.5 million euro-plus ($16 million) lawsuit against France's Societe Generale to the UK's highest court in a case that could re-draft employment law. Geys, a Belgian national and a former managing director of SocGen's European fixed income sales in London, is suing for breach of contract after France's second-largest bank summarily fired him in 2007 without paying his full severance package. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT CRIME LAW)
SOCGEN-GEYS/COURT
RTR39969
October 17, 2012
Raphael Geys, a former managing director of Societe Generale's fixed income sales in London, leaves the...
London, United Kingdom
Raphael Geys, a former managing director of Societe Generale's fixed income sales in London, leaves the...
Raphael Geys, a former managing director of Societe Generale's fixed income sales in London, leaves the Supreme Court in central London October 17, 2012. A senior banker, who says he was fired for being too successful, is taking his 12.5 million euro-plus ($16 million) lawsuit against France's Societe Generale to the UK's highest court in a case that could re-draft employment law. Geys, a Belgian national and a former managing director of SocGen's European fixed income sales in London, is suing for breach of contract after France's second-largest bank summarily fired him in 2007 without paying his full severance package. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT CRIME LAW)
BNPPARIBAS-RESULTS/
RTR35W9Y
August 02, 2012
BNP Paribas Chief Executive Jean-Laurent Bonnafe attends a news conference to present its second-quarter...
Paris, France
BNP Paribas Chief Executive Bonnafe attends a news conference to present its second-quarter earnings...
BNP Paribas Chief Executive Jean-Laurent Bonnafe attends a news conference to present its second-quarter earnings in Paris August 2, 2012. BNP Paribas, one of the euro zone's biggest banks, reported a better-than-expected 13.2 percent fall in second-quarter earnings. BNP, which has more than half of its credit-risk exposure in the euro zone, is ahead in the race with local rival SocGen, revealing on Thursday it had hit a Tier 1 capital ratio of 8.9 percent under tougher Basel III rules at end-June - six months ahead of schedule. It said its deleveraging was 90 percent done. REUTERS/Julien Muguet (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS)
BNPPARIBAS-RESULTS/
RTR35W9X
August 02, 2012
BNP Paribas Chief Executive Jean-Laurent Bonnafe attends a news conference to present its second-quarter...
Paris, France
BNP Paribas Chief Executive Bonnafe attends a news conference to present its second-quarter earnings...
BNP Paribas Chief Executive Jean-Laurent Bonnafe attends a news conference to present its second-quarter earnings in Paris August 2, 2012. BNP Paribas, one of the euro zone's biggest banks, reported a better-than-expected 13.2 percent fall in second-quarter earnings. BNP, which has more than half of its credit-risk exposure in the euro zone, is ahead in the race with local rival SocGen, revealing on Thursday it had hit a Tier 1 capital ratio of 8.9 percent under tougher Basel III rules at end-June - six months ahead of schedule. It said its deleveraging was 90 percent done. REUTERS/Julien Muguet (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS)
BNPPARIBAS-RESULTS/
RTR35W9W
August 02, 2012
BNP Paribas Chief Executive Jean-Laurent Bonnafe attends a news conference to present its second-quarter...
Paris, France
BNP Paribas Chief Executive Bonnafe attends a news conference to present its second-quarter earnings...
BNP Paribas Chief Executive Jean-Laurent Bonnafe attends a news conference to present its second-quarter earnings in Paris August 2, 2012. BNP Paribas, one of the euro zone's biggest banks, reported a better-than-expected 13.2 percent fall in second-quarter earnings. BNP, which has more than half of its credit-risk exposure in the euro zone, is ahead in the race with local rival SocGen, revealing on Thursday it had hit a Tier 1 capital ratio of 8.9 percent under tougher Basel III rules at end-June - six months ahead of schedule. It said its deleveraging was 90 percent done. REUTERS/Julien Muguet (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS)
BNPPARIBAS-RESULTS/
RTR35W9U
August 02, 2012
BNP Paribas Chief Executive Jean-Laurent Bonnafe attends a news conference to present its second-quarter...
Paris, France
BNP Paribas Chief Executive Bonnafe attends a news conference to present its second-quarter earnings...
BNP Paribas Chief Executive Jean-Laurent Bonnafe attends a news conference to present its second-quarter earnings in Paris August 2, 2012. BNP Paribas, one of the euro zone's biggest banks, reported a better-than-expected 13.2 percent fall in second-quarter earnings. BNP, which has more than half of its credit-risk exposure in the euro zone, is ahead in the race with local rival SocGen, revealing on Thursday it had hit a Tier 1 capital ratio of 8.9 percent under tougher Basel III rules at end-June - six months ahead of schedule. It said its deleveraging was 90 percent done. REUTERS/Julien Muguet (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS)
BNPPARIBAS-RESULTS/
RTR35W9R
August 02, 2012
BNP Paribas Chief Executive Jean-Laurent Bonnafe attends a news conference to present its second-quarter...
Paris, France
BNP Paribas Chief Executive Bonnafe attends a news conference to present its second-quarter earnings...
BNP Paribas Chief Executive Jean-Laurent Bonnafe attends a news conference to present its second-quarter earnings in Paris August 2, 2012. BNP Paribas, one of the euro zone's biggest banks, reported a better-than-expected 13.2 percent fall in second-quarter earnings. BNP, which has more than half of its credit-risk exposure in the euro zone, is ahead in the race with local rival SocGen, revealing on Thursday it had hit a Tier 1 capital ratio of 8.9 percent under tougher Basel III rules at end-June - six months ahead of schedule. It said its deleveraging was 90 percent done. REUTERS/Julien Muguet (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS)
BNPPARIBAS-RESULTS/
RTR35W9O
August 02, 2012
BNP Paribas Chief Executive Jean-Laurent Bonnafe attends a news conference to present its second-quarter...
Paris, France
BNP Paribas Chief Executive Bonnafe attends a news conference to present its second-quarter earnings...
BNP Paribas Chief Executive Jean-Laurent Bonnafe attends a news conference to present its second-quarter earnings in Paris August 2, 2012. BNP Paribas, one of the euro zone's biggest banks, reported a better-than-expected 13.2 percent fall in second-quarter earnings. BNP, which has more than half of its credit-risk exposure in the euro zone, is ahead in the race with local rival SocGen, revealing on Thursday it had hit a Tier 1 capital ratio of 8.9 percent under tougher Basel III rules at end-June - six months ahead of schedule. It said its deleveraging was 90 percent done. REUTERS/Julien Muguet (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS)
BNPPARIBAS-RESULTS/
RTR35W9M
August 02, 2012
BNP Paribas Chief Executive Jean-Laurent Bonnafe attends a news conference to present its second-quarter...
Paris, France
BNP Paribas Chief Executive Bonnafe attends a news conference to present its second-quarter earnings...
BNP Paribas Chief Executive Jean-Laurent Bonnafe attends a news conference to present its second-quarter earnings in Paris August 2, 2012. BNP Paribas, one of the euro zone's biggest banks, reported a better-than-expected 13.2 percent fall in second-quarter earnings. BNP, which has more than half of its credit-risk exposure in the euro zone, is ahead in the race with local rival SocGen, revealing on Thursday it had hit a Tier 1 capital ratio of 8.9 percent under tougher Basel III rules at end-June - six months ahead of schedule. It said its deleveraging was 90 percent done. REUTERS/Julien Muguet (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS)
BNPPARIBAS-RESULTS/
RTR35W9K
August 02, 2012
BNP Paribas Chief Executive Jean-Laurent Bonnafe attends a news conference to present its second-quarter...
Paris, France
BNP Paribas Chief Executive Bonnafe attends a news conference to present its second-quarter earnings...
BNP Paribas Chief Executive Jean-Laurent Bonnafe attends a news conference to present its second-quarter earnings in Paris August 2, 2012. BNP Paribas, one of the euro zone's biggest banks, reported a better-than-expected 13.2 percent fall in second-quarter earnings. BNP, which has more than half of its credit-risk exposure in the euro zone, is ahead in the race with local rival SocGen, revealing on Thursday it had hit a Tier 1 capital ratio of 8.9 percent under tougher Basel III rules at end-June - six months ahead of schedule. It said its deleveraging was 90 percent done. REUTERS/Julien Muguet (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS)
SOCGEN-KERVIEL/COURT
RTR34AE9
June 28, 2012
French lawyer Jean Veil (R), who represents French bank Societe Generale, talks with lawyer David Koubbi,...
Paris, France
French lawyer Veil, who represents French bank Societe Generale, and lawyer Koubbi who represents former...
French lawyer Jean Veil (R), who represents French bank Societe Generale, talks with lawyer David Koubbi, who represents former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel, during a break on the last day of kerviel's appeal trial at Paris court June 28, 2012. Kerviel should serve five years in prison for his role in France's biggest-ever rogue trading scandal, a state prosecutor told a Paris court on Wednesday. Kerviel is appealing a three-year jail sentence handed down in 2010, as well as an order to repay SocGen 4.9 billion euros ($6.1 billion) lost by the French bank when it closed the trader's massive risky bets in 2008. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
SOCGEN-KERVIEL/COURT
RTR34AE5
June 28, 2012
French lawyer Jean Veil (R), who represents French bank Societe Generale, talks with lawyer David Koubbi,...
Paris, France
French lawyer Veil, who represents French bank Societe Generale, and lawyer Koubbi who represents former...
French lawyer Jean Veil (R), who represents French bank Societe Generale, talks with lawyer David Koubbi, who represents former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel, during a break on the last day of kerviel's appeal trial at Paris court June 28, 2012. Kerviel should serve five years in prison for his role in France's biggest-ever rogue trading scandal, a state prosecutor told a Paris court on Wednesday. Kerviel is appealing a three-year jail sentence handed down in 2010, as well as an order to repay SocGen 4.9 billion euros ($6.1 billion) lost by the French bank when it closed the trader's massive risky bets in 2008. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
SOCGEN-KERVIEL/COURT
RTR34AE3
June 28, 2012
French lawyer Jean Veil (R), who represents French bank Societe Generale, talks with lawyer David Koubbi,...
Paris, France
French lawyer Veil, who represents French bank Societe Generale, and lawyer Koubbi who represents former...
French lawyer Jean Veil (R), who represents French bank Societe Generale, talks with lawyer David Koubbi, who represents former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel, during a break on the last day of kerviel's appeal trial at Paris court June 28, 2012. Kerviel should serve five years in prison for his role in France's biggest-ever rogue trading scandal, a state prosecutor told a Paris court on Wednesday. Kerviel is appealing a three-year jail sentence handed down in 2010, as well as an order to repay SocGen 4.9 billion euros ($6.1 billion) lost by the French bank when it closed the trader's massive risky bets in 2008. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
SOCGEN-KERVIEL/COURT
RTR34ADV
June 28, 2012
French lawyer Jean Veil (R), who represents French bank Societe Generale, talks with lawyer David Koubbi,...
Paris, France
French lawyer Veil, who represents French bank Societe Generale, and lawyer Koubbi who represents former...
French lawyer Jean Veil (R), who represents French bank Societe Generale, talks with lawyer David Koubbi, who represents former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel, during a break on the last day of kerviel's appeal trial at Paris court June 28, 2012. Kerviel should serve five years in prison for his role in France's biggest-ever rogue trading scandal, a state prosecutor told a Paris court on Wednesday. Kerviel is appealing a three-year jail sentence handed down in 2010, as well as an order to repay SocGen 4.9 billion euros ($6.1 billion) lost by the French bank when it closed the trader's massive risky bets in 2008. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
SOCGEN-KERVIEL/COURT
RTR34ACW
June 28, 2012
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel is seen during a break on the last day of his appeal trial...
Paris, France
Former Societe Generale trader Kerviel is seen during a break on the last day of his appeal trial at...
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel is seen during a break on the last day of his appeal trial at Paris court June 28, 2012. Kerviel should serve five years in prison for his role in France's biggest-ever rogue trading scandal, a state prosecutor told a Paris court on Wednesday. Kerviel is appealing a three-year jail sentence handed down in 2010, as well as an order to repay SocGen 4.9 billion euros ($6.1 billion) lost by the French bank when it closed the trader's massive risky bets in 2008. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW HEADSHOT)
SOCGEN-KERVIEL/COURT
RTR34ACQ
June 28, 2012
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel smokes a cigarette during a break on the last day of his...
Paris, France
Former Societe Generale trader Kerviel is seen during a break on the last day of his appeal trial at...
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel smokes a cigarette during a break on the last day of his appeal trial at Paris court June 28, 2012. Kerviel should serve five years in prison for his role in France's biggest-ever rogue trading scandal, a state prosecutor told a Paris court on Wednesday. Kerviel is appealing a three-year jail sentence handed down in 2010, as well as an order to repay SocGen 4.9 billion euros ($6.1 billion) lost by the French bank when it closed the trader's massive risky bets in 2008. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
SOCGEN-KERVIEL/COURT
RTR34AC5
June 28, 2012
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel is seen during a break on the last day of his appeal trial...
Paris, France
Former Societe Generale trader Kerviel is seen during a break on the last day of his appeal trial at...
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel is seen during a break on the last day of his appeal trial at Paris court June 28, 2012. Kerviel should serve five years in prison for his role in France's biggest-ever rogue trading scandal, a state prosecutor told a Paris court on Wednesday. Kerviel is appealing a three-year jail sentence handed down in 2010, as well as an order to repay SocGen 4.9 billion euros ($6.1 billion) lost by the French bank when it closed the trader's massive risky bets in 2008. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW HEADSHOT)
SOCGEN-KERVIEL/COURT
RTR34ABW
June 28, 2012
French novelist Tristane Banon is seen during the last day of the appeal trial of former Societe Generale...
Paris, France
French novelist Banon is seen during the last day of the appeal trial of former Societe Generale trader...
French novelist Tristane Banon is seen during the last day of the appeal trial of former Societe Generale trader Kerviel at Paris court June 28, 2012. Kerviel should serve five years in prison for his role in France's biggest-ever rogue trading scandal, a state prosecutor told a Paris court on Wednesday. Kerviel is appealing a three-year jail sentence handed down in 2010, as well as an order to repay SocGen 4.9 billion euros ($6.1 billion) lost by the French bank when it closed the trader's massive risky bets in 2008. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT)
SOCGEN-KERVIEL/COURT
RTR34A8E
June 28, 2012
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel (L) walks with his lawyer David Koubbi (R) during a break...
Paris, France
Former Societe Generale trader Kerviel walks with his lawyer Koubbi during a break on the last day of...
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel (L) walks with his lawyer David Koubbi (R) during a break on the last day of his appeal trial at Paris court June 28, 2012. Kerviel should serve five years in prison for his role in France's biggest-ever rogue trading scandal, a state prosecutor told a Paris court on Wednesday. Kerviel is appealing a three-year jail sentence handed down in 2010, as well as an order to repay SocGen 4.9 billion euros ($6.1 billion) lost by the French bank when it closed the trader's massive risky bets in 2008. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
SOCGEN-KERVIEL/COURT
RTR34A8A
June 28, 2012
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel (L) walks with his lawyer David Koubbi (R) during a break...
Paris, France
Former Societe Generale trader Kerviel walks with his lawyer Koubbi during a break on the last day of...
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel (L) walks with his lawyer David Koubbi (R) during a break on the last day of his appeal trial at Paris court June 28, 2012. Kerviel should serve five years in prison for his role in France's biggest-ever rogue trading scandal, a state prosecutor told a Paris court on Wednesday. Kerviel is appealing a three-year jail sentence handed down in 2010, as well as an order to repay SocGen 4.9 billion euros ($6.1 billion) lost by the French bank when it closed the trader's massive risky bets in 2008. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
SOCGEN-KERVIEL/COURT
RTR34A88
June 28, 2012
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel (C) walks with his lawyers Lawyer David Koubbi (R) and...
Paris, France
Former Societe Generale trader Kerviel walks during a break on the last day of his appeal trial at Paris...
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel (C) walks with his lawyers Lawyer David Koubbi (R) and Benoit Pruvost during a break on the last day of his appeal trial at Paris court June 28, 2012. Kerviel should serve five years in prison for his role in France's biggest-ever rogue trading scandal, a state prosecutor told a Paris court on Wednesday. Kerviel is appealing a three-year jail sentence handed down in 2010, as well as an order to repay SocGen 4.9 billion euros ($6.1 billion) lost by the French bank when it closed the trader's massive risky bets in 2008. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
SOCGEN-KERVIEL/COURT
RTR34A86
June 28, 2012
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel walks during a break on the last day of his appeal trial...
Paris, France
Former Societe Generale trader Kerviel walks during a break on the last day of his appeal trial at Paris...
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel walks during a break on the last day of his appeal trial at Paris court June 28, 2012. Kerviel should serve five years in prison for his role in France's biggest-ever rogue trading scandal, a state prosecutor told a Paris court on Wednesday. Kerviel is appealing a three-year jail sentence handed down in 2010, as well as an order to repay SocGen 4.9 billion euros ($6.1 billion) lost by the French bank when it closed the trader's massive risky bets in 2008. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
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