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Deutsche Bank warned over money-laundering as auditor appointed

Deutsche Bank warned over money-laundering as auditor appointed
German watchdog brings in KPMG to ensure the bank does more to uncover hidden cash.Germany’s financial watchdog has ordered Deutsche Bank to do more to prevent money-laundering and “terrorist financing,” and has appointed an independent auditor to ...

Danske bank chief resigns over €200bn money-laundering scandal

Danske bank chief resigns over €200bn money-laundering scandal
Thomas Borgen admits most of £180bn that passed through Estonian branch was fraudulent.The boss of Denmark’s biggest bank has resigned after admitting that the vast majority of €200bn (£178bn) flowing through its Estonian branch was money-laundered cash ...

Brussels plans new money-laundering crackdown

Brussels plans new money-laundering crackdown
European Banking Authority to get powers to directly sanction banks.Brussels has redoubled efforts to combat money laundering and terrorist financing with proposals to give the European Banking Authority (EBA) a powerful new mandate to impose ...

Turkey bans use of foreign currency in property market

Turkey bans use of foreign currency in property market
Turkey is banning the use of foreign currencies in the country's property market as it looks to stem the dramatic fall of its own currency, the lira. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan issued a decree on Thursday announcing that contracts for sales, rent and ...

£71 billion...the cost of our banks’ misconduct: Our investigation reveals the fines, fees...

£71 billion...the cost of our banks’ misconduct: Our investigation reveals the fines, fees and compensation since 2008 crisis
Britain's biggest banks have paid out £71 billion for misconduct in the decade since the financial crisis, a Mail on Sunday investigation reveals. The staggering costs for Royal Bank of Scotland, Lloyds Banking Group, Barclays and HSBC since the 2008 meltdown...

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