A lawyer for Scott, who currently resides in Hertfordshire, England, did not immediately respond to requests for comment. Scott, HSBC's former head of กระเป๋าแฟชั่น ราคาถูก 200 cash trading for Europe, the Middle East and Africa, was charged in July along with Mark Johnson, a British citizen who was HSBC's global head of foreign exchange cash trading and who was arrested in New York. The men are believed to be the first individuals to face U.S. criminal charges arising from a probe of foreign-exchange rigging at banks. The probe led to four banks last year pleading guilty to conspiring to manipulate currency prices. HSBC was not among those banks, but in 2014 agreed to pay $618 million to กระเป๋าสะพายข้างผู้หญิง resolve related probes by U.S. and British regulators. The U.S. Justice Department has continued to investigate, and HSBC has set aside $1.2 billion to cover various forex-related matters. Prosecutors said Johnson and Scott in 2011 misused information provided by a client that hired HSBC to convert $3.5 billion to British pounds in connection with a planned sale เสื้อผ้า แฟชั่น ผู้ชาย of the client's foreign subsidiaries. They then used their insider knowledge to trade ahead of the transaction, causing a spike in the price of the currency that hurt HSBC's client, prosecutors said.