Weekly Roundup: US Banks Hand Over Trump-Russia Records, Former HSBC Chief Executive Pleads Guilty, and More

At least six lenders, including Deutsche Bank, Wells Fargo and JPMorgan Chase, have provided U.S. lawmakers with records on Russian clients who may have done business with President Donald Trump and his relatives, sources told The Wall Street Journal. More The former chief executive of HSBC's Swiss affiliate agreed to a one-year industry ban and a €500,000 fine to avoid jail for helping nearly 9,000 French clients hide billions of euros in assets, ACAMS reported. More Malaysian authorities filed criminal charges against 17 current and former Goldman Sachs executives in connection to the investment bank's alleged role in the...