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Welcome to banking weekly from the financial times with me moths at all the of tease banking edison joining me in the studio is lower noonan our investment banking correspondent and bonnie thompson a legal correspondent while will also be hearing from patrick jenkins how financial editor and ben mckenna hand uh us banking us her first up we'll be talking about the criminal charge brought against barclays this week over its financial crisis era fundraising fromn investors in qatar secondly will be hearing an interview with the chief executive of triodos the ethically focus bank and finally we'll be hearing from bruce van soul on chief executive of citizens bank in the us so starting with barclays the serious fraud office this week filed another charge against buckley's all f financial assistance bunny what are the charges that she relate to because this two different charges that the sfo his broads against barclays and its former executives including the former chief executive jumped volley tell us about the two charges and what they relate to her case of this takes us back to the height of the financial crisis between june and november two thousand the night the markets are in turmoil and barclays turns to private investors to shore up his balance sheet and to try and avoid uk govern bailout which is what various other banks eventually turn to and it raised in two fundraising rounds several billion pounds from arranger investors including gotta holding which is part of the state's sovereign will fund and challenger universal which was the private investment vehicle of the former qatari.