The previous CEO of Barclays, John Varley, has been vindicated of charges of intrigue to submit extortion.
The Court of Appeal declined an application by the Serious Fraud Office to upset a choice by Mr Justice Robert Jay that there was deficient proof against Mr Varley.
Be that as it may, the other three respondents, Roger Jenkins, Tom Kalaris and Richard Boath, will currently confront a retrial.
The three litigants deny any bad behavior.
The SFO blames them for covertly paying £322m to verify ventures from Qatar during the monetary emergency.
The subsidizing permitted Barclays to keep away from a UK government bailout in 2008.
The body of evidence against Mr Varley was the main endeavor to arraign a CEO of a noteworthy bank following the budgetary emergency.
It was viewed as a significant case for the SFO which had been reprimanded for the disappointment of past arraignments, including the breakdown a year ago of an argument against three Tesco administrators.