The Council of Europe’s Group of States Against Corruption published an addendum to its second compliance report on Spain’s efforts to prevent public corruption.
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The Executive Service of the Commission for the Prevention of Money Laundering and Monetary Offences fined Banco Popular Español S.A.U., which is now part of Banco Santander S.A., €1,056,000 for violating anti-money laundering and counterterrorist financing norms.
The Supreme Court of Spain imposed a fine of 1 million on Banco Santander for anti-money laundering deficiencies that occurred at Banco Espanol de Credito (Banesto), S.A. between 2007 and 2011. Santander is the universal successor for Banesto.
|Compliant : 28||High : 1|
|Largely Compliant : 10||Substantial : 9|
|Partially Compliant : 2||Moderate : 1|
|Non-Compliant : 0||Low : 0|
|Rank : 129/141|
|Score : 3.66/10|
|Rank : 30/180|
|Score : 62/100|
|Rank : 66/133|
|Score : 44/100|