HSBC Told To Get Its Sh*t Together On Compliance

The bank is reportedly not doing enough to avoid money laundering types, among other things.
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While the bank’s senior leaders are committed to bolstering controls, the bank has to do more to fix its corporate culture and technology for keeping out dirty money, the monitor said. The report follows a review that included different lines of business and a number of countries. [WSJ]

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