Johnson’s defence to present case on Tuesday

Rodgers expected to take stand during course of the week

Showing evidence: Frank Cahill made more than $4 million profit on his personal account, court hears

Mark Johnson’s defence team is set to present their case in court on October 10, with Kevin Rodgers, former global head of foreign exchange at Deutsche Bank, expected to take the stand to testify in support of the former HSBC executive who is on trial for alleged wire fraud.

According to court papers submitted before the trial commenced, Rodgers believes Johnson followed industry practice when executing Cairn Energy’s $3.5 billion fixing order, which the case focuses on, and he is set to

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