Spanish police on Tuesday arrested a former JPMorgan bank trader wanted by the United States to face criminal charges in the massive "London Whale" fraud scandal.
People walk past the JP Morgan Chase Building on Park Avenue in New York on May 15, 2012. Police in Spain have arrested a former trader of the banking giant who is wanted by the United States to face criminal charges in a massive fraud case, officials said.
Officers arrested Spanish national Javier Martin-Artajo Rueda on an international warrant by the United States for alleged fraud and tax crimes, police said in a statement.
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