Marcus Agius tells court he had no knowledge of document detailing payment terms

A former Barclays chairman has said he was unaware of documents detailing £280m worth of payments to the bank’s Qatari investors in 2008 that is at the centre of a fraud trial in London.

Lead prosecutors for the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) questioned Marcus Agius over his knowledge of a key document from 31 October that year, detailing the payment terms of an advisory services agreement that would result in the bank paying £280m to the Qataris.

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