Robert Edward "Bob" Diamond, Jr.
|Robert Edward "Bob" Diamond, Jr.|
Robert Edward "Bob" Diamond, Jr. is former president and chief executive of Barclays Plc. He was handed control of the firm's commercial bank in November of 2009 when Frits Seegers stepped down. He resigned on June 28, 2012 amid accusations that the bank had manipulated the London Interbank Offer Rate (LIBOR) by filing false lending rate data.  A week before his resignation, Barclays agreed to pay $450 million to settle the accusations.