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Entries in Standard Chartered (13)

Tuesday
Oct112016

Singapore closes Falcon Bank, arrests local manager for 1MDB-linked offenses

Singapore's bank regulator Tuesday shut down a second bank for "serious failures in anti-money laundering controls and improper conduct" linked to Malaysia's 1MDB fund.

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Thursday
Jul212016

Singapore seizes $177 million linked to 1MDB, cites AML lapses at UBS, Stanchart, DBS and Falcon

Singapore said Thursday it has seized property and bank accounts linked to money allegedly diverted from Malaysia's sovereign wealth fund, 1Malaysia Development Berhad.

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Thursday
Jan282016

DiMauro and Fava: What can we expect from Hui Chen?

In November, the Department of Justice confirmed the rumors that had circulated all fall about an appointment it was making in its Fraud Section: Hui Chen was selected to occupy the new role of in-house compliance counsel.

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Thursday
Nov122015

DOJ to companies: New compliance counsel provides a ‘reality check’

The Department of Justice Fraud Section said this month it has hired Hui Chen as a “full-time compliance expert.”

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Monday
Sep292014

WSJ: Money laundering probe could hold up Commerzbank sanctions settlement

Image courtesy of CommerzbankThe U.S. Attorney in Manhattan is investigating Germany's  Commerzbank AG for alleged violations of money-laundering laws, the Wall Street Journal reported Friday.

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Tuesday
Aug192014

StanChart pays $300 million for ‘second time around’ AML failures

The New York Department of Financial Services said Tuesday that Standard Chartered Bank will pay $300 million for "failures to remediate anti-money laundering compliance problems" required by the bank's 2012 settlement with the same regulator.

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Monday
Aug112014

Death of Qingdao customs official probed amid commodity loan scandal

A customs official at the Qingdao port that's under investigation for commodity financing fraud was found dead last week from "unnatural causes."

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Thursday
Aug072014

StanChart faces New York action for high-risk transactions

Two years after state and federal authorities punished British bank Standard Chartered for doing business with sanctioned countries like Iran, it has once again become the subject of an investigation for failing to weed out other risky transactions.

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Friday
Jul252014

Bank of America pays $16.6 million for violating drug trafficker sanctions

Bank of America Corp's banking unit agreed to pay $16.6 million to resolve allegations that it processed hundreds of transactions for drug traffickers who are subject to U.S. sanctions, the U.S. Treasury Department said Thursday.

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Tuesday
Jul152014

Qingdao commodity scandal worries banks

Foreign and local banks in China are inspecting loans linked to metals supposedly warehoused in Qingdao, where traders use commodities from iron ore to rubber to secure loans.

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Wednesday
Jul092014

Sanctions probe now targets German banks

State and federal authorities have begun settlement talks with Commerzbank AG and Deutsche Bank over their alleged dealings with countries blacklisted by the United States.

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Tuesday
Jul012014

BNP admits guilt, fined $8.9 billion for U.S. sanctions violations

Jean-Laurent Bonnafé, Chief Executive Officer of BNP Paribas (Image courtesy of Euro Business Media via YouTube)French banking giant BNP Paribas agreed to plead guilty to criminal charges and pay an $8.9 billion penalty for transferring billions of dollars on behalf of blacklisted Sudan, Iran and Cuba, U.S. authorities said Monday.

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