Oligarch's crash – The Ferrari Enzo that Russian billionaire Suleiman Kerimov crashed in Nice, November 2006. The accident almost killed him and prompted an informal review of lending conditions at Barclays.
Kerimov and his football club – Kerimov, on January 16, 2012, watching his Dagestani team, Anzhi Makhachkala, play against Iraq at Al Nasr Stadium in Dubai.
Russian television host Tina Kandelaki – Russian TV host Tina Kandelaki at the Bulgari Hotel February 26, 2007 in Milan. Kandelaki was pulled out of the wreckage with Kerimov.
Soccer star Samuel Eto'o – Samuel Eto'o holds a press conference in Dubai on January 12, 2012. When Kerimov signed the footballer for a reported $30 million, he cemented his oligarch status.
Diamond's fall – Barclays' former boss Bob Diamond lost his job as a result of the Libor rate fixing scandal, which cost the bank $453 million in fines.
Barclays' links with Russia – Hans Joerg-Rudloff, chairman of Barclays Capital, at the Russian Economic Forum in London on April 21, 2008. Rudloff is the bank's main powerbroker for Russia, and put in a call to Kerimov's right hand man Allen Vine after the near-fatal crash.
Barclays' chair quits – Barclays chair Marcus Agius's resignation followed the fine handed to Barclays for trying to manipulate interbank lending rates. He returned to assist in the search for a new chief executive after Diamond quit.
Barclays' former boss – Martin Taylor, former ceo of Barclays, who said he was swayed by Diamond's "love" of the bank.
Warnings on rates fixing – Chairman of the Financial Services Authority, Adair Turner, on June 16, 2010. Turner said Barclays had a tendency to game the system.
Barclays in the spotlight – People walk past a Barclays logo at the bank's headquarters in Canary Wharf, London, on July 3, 2012.