Weekly Roundup: Credit Suisse Allegedly Violated US Tax Crime Settlement, Report Ties South African Banks to Gold Smuggling Scheme, and More

A two-year U.S. Senate investigation found that Credit Suisse helped wealthy Americans hide $700 million from the IRS in violation of a 2014 non-prosecution agreement, The Washington Post reported. More Employees at South African lenders Standard Bank, ABSA Bank and Sasfin took bribes in exchange for helping gold smugglers launder millions of dollars, Al Jazeera reported. More A Swiss court found four employees of Gazprombank's Swiss branch guilty of breaching due-diligence requirements when opening accounts linked to a Russian oligarch close to Putin, The Wall Street Journal reported. More Wells Fargo has been fined $68 million by the U.S. Federal...