The end of 2012 wouldn't seem right without another incredibly high fine for incredibly horrible banking behavior, so we should welcome the latest $1.5 billion fine that hit UBS for manipulating the LIBOR rate.
How does it stack up among other banks this year? Take a look at an infographic covering 2012's banking scandals:
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