The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) will question Daniel Wilkinson and Colin Goodman, two former brokers of UK-based interdealer ICAP, for their involvement in London interbank offered rate (Libor) scandal over the next few weeks, reported Bloomberg citing familiar people.

The prosecutors will also question Darrell Read, apart from the two brokers.

Wilkinson’s lawyer Matthew Frankland in London told Bloomberg, "We are making arrangements to speak to the SFO in December."
Frankland, however, said that there is no date arranged yet.

Seven people including Tom Hayes, a former UBS and Citigroup trader, have been charged for manipulating Libor. Hayes is charged with conspiring with employees of several banks and financial institutions for manipulating yen Libor rates over a four-year period.

Apart from Hayes, the SFO also charged two former RP Martin Holdings brokers Terry Farr and James Gilmour.

In December 2012, the US Department of Justice charged Hayes along with former UBS trader Roger Darin.
In total, the SFO is probing 22 people as potential co-conspirators.