Weekly Roundup: Former Barclays CEO Prepares for Epstein Lawsuit, Lebanese Bank Chief Testifies in Money Laundering Trial, and More

Former Barclays chief executive Jes Staley is scheduled to provide a deposition in response to a U.S. lawsuit filed against him by another former employer, JPMorgan Chase, which accuses him of concealing information about disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein while working at the lender's private banking unit, the Financial Times reported. More After refusing to appear at his summons on Thursday, Lebanese central bank chief Riad Salameh submitted Friday to six hours of questioning from judges in Luxembourg, where he is accused of embezzlement, corruption and money laundering, the National and Associated Press reported. More and More A court in London...