Looking for CANADIANS who suffered economic injury resulting from under-reporting by banks of their costs of borrowing, as used to calculate LIBOR. I'm looking for information, and maybe people who might be willing to serve as plaintiffs in litigation against these banks, in Canada.
Were you in a financial relationship with one of the following banks, and were you getting paid interest based on LIBOR (supposedly pretty common)? The banks reported to have been involved are: Barclays; Citigroup/Citibank; Deutsche Bank; HSBC; JP Morgan Chase; Royal Bank of Scotland; UBS.
Did you buy a LIBOR-based certificate of deposit? Did you have an account that held securities paying interest based on LIBOR? Did you have an interest checking account, or a savings account, or a "wealth management" account?
I'd like to hear from you -- obviously, no obligation.