UBS's Rogue Trader Released On Bail, Gets Dropped Off At McDonald's

Kweku Adoboli

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Kweku Adoboli, the UBS “rogue trader” who allegedly lost over $2 billion in authorised trades, is back in the news.He was recently granted bail and released from London’s Wandsworth Prison.  This is following a rejected request for bail back in February.

The Telegraph reports that a prison van dropped him off at a McDonald’s parking lot where he met with his lawyers.

There was no word on whether or not they went in and ordered anything.

His trial is expected to begin in September.

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