Midweek Roundup: Credit Agricole Settlement Could Reach $900 Million, Deutsche Bank Moscow Exec Resigns, and More

Credit Agricole will likely pay as much as $900 million to multiple U.S. agencies to settle allegations that it processed transactions for blacklisted individuals and countries, including Iran and Sudan, Reuters reported, citing anonymous sources. More U.S. and EU officials have finalized an agreement to exchange personal data in counterterrorist financing investigations in compliance with Europe's privacy rules. More Group of 20 members reaffirmed their commitment to combat terrorist financing and called for enhanced asset-freezing measures in a communiqu?© issued at the conclusion of the group's summit in Turkey. More American officials and undercover investigators are targeting corporate formation agents...