Thursday, October 29, 2020

Standard Chartered on probation over Iran deals as it faces £1.2bn fine in US

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Standard Chartered faces an extra three months on probation with US authorities as it haggles over a £1.2billion fine for allegedly busting sanctions in Iran. The City bank will now be saddled with an independent monitor, who oversees its money-laundering controls, until the end of March. If it puts […]

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