PARIS (Reuters) – Convicted French rogue trader Jerome Kerviel launched a new legal salvo against his former bank, Societe Generale , accusing it of fraud and demanding that an independent expert examine how much money was lost in France's biggest-ever trading scandal. Kerviel filed a civil lawsuit against the bank in Paris on Thursday, a week after an employment tribunal rejected his plea for a new expert inquiry to help overturn his dismissal. Kerviel received a three-year prison sentence for unauthorized trades that caused losses put by SocGen at 4.9 billion euros ($ 6. …
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