The National Bank of Angola fined 158 financial institutions from July to Dec. 2019 a total of around $800,0000 for various breaches, including anti-money laundering failures, non-compliance with foreign exchange rules and poor liquidity.
The United Kingdom’s National Crime Agency highlighted a recent visit with the Attorney General of Angola during which the authorities discussed ongoing cooperation related to anti-corruption efforts.
Judge dismisses Covid-19 suit against Bank of America, Westpac expects $600 million AML fine, and more, in the midweek roundup.
Swedbank penalizes ex-CEO for poor AML oversight, Yes Bank owner funneled bribes through nearly 100 firms, and more, in the midweek roundup.
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