Phillip Evans, former Inquiry Chair at the
Competition and Markets Authority, is
proposing to bring a collective action against
certain entities in the Barclays, Citigroup,
JPMorgan, MUFG Bank, RBS/NatWest and
UBS banking groups.

These entities participated in one or both of
two foreign exchange (FX) spot trading cartels
between December 2007 and January 2013.

This collective action seeks to recover
damages on behalf of two classes of persons
to compensate those affected by the cartels.

If you or your business entered into FX spot
and/or outright forward transactions in this
period, you may be eligible to participate
in the claim and benefit from any future
award of damages.
FX Claim UK
Phillip Evans, former Inquiry Chair at the Competition and Markets Authority,
is proposing to bring a collective claim against Barclays, Citigroup, JPMorgan,
MUFG Bank, RBS and UBS.

These banks participated in one or both of two cartels in the
foreign exchange (FX) spot market between December 2007 and January 2013.
The claim seeks damages to compensate those affected.

If you or your business entered into FX spot or outright forward transactions
in this period,you may be eligible to participate in the claim and benefit
from any future award of damages.
Phillip Evans, former Inquiry Chair at the Competition and Markets Authority, is proposing
to bring a collective claim against Barclays, Citigroup, JPMorgan, MUFG Bank, RBS and UBS.

These banks participated in one or both of two cartels in the foreign exchange (FX)
spot market between December 2007 and January 2013. The claim seeks damages
to compensate those affected.

If you or your business entered into FX spot or outright forward transactions in this period,
you may be eligible to participate in the claim and benefit from any future award of damages.
FX Claim UK
Phillip Evans, former Inquiry Chair at the Competition and Markets Authority,
is proposing to bring a collective claim against Barclays, Citigroup, JPMorgan,
MUFG Bank, RBS and UBS.

These banks participated in one or both of two cartels in the
foreign exchange (FX or forex) spot market between December 2007 and
January 2013. The claim seeks damages to compensate those affected.

If you or your business entered into FX spot or outright forward transactions
in this period,you may be eligible to participate in the claim and benefit
from any future award of damages.
Phillip Evans, former Inquiry Chair at the
Competition and Markets Authority,
is proposing to bring a collective claim
against Barclays, Citigroup, JPMorgan,
MUFG Bank, RBS and UBS.

These banks participated in one or both of
two cartels in the foreign exchange (FX or forex)
spot market between December 2007
and January 2013.
The claim seeks damages to compensate
those affected.

If you or your business entered into FX spot or
outright forward transactions in this period,
you may be eligible to participate in the claim
and benefit from any future award of damages.
Phillip Evans, former Inquiry Chair at the Competition and Markets Authority, is proposing
to bring a collective action against certain entities in the Barclays, Citigroup, JPMorgan,
MUFG Bank, RBS/NatWest and UBS banking groups.

These entities participated in one or both of two foreign exchange (FX or forex) spot
trading cartels between December 2007 and January 2013.

This collective action seeks to recover damages on behalf of two classes of persons to
compensate those affected by the cartels.

If you or your business entered into FX spot and/or outright forward transactions in this period,
you may be eligible to participate in the claim and benefit from any future award of damages.

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