Deutsche Bank’s Business With Sanctioned Nations Under Scrutiny

Deutsche Bank’s Business With Sanctioned Nations Under Scrutiny

Federal and state prosecutors are investigating Deutsche Bank and several other global banks over accusations that they funneled billions of dollars through their American branches for Iran, Sudan and other sanctioned nations, according to law enforcement officials with knowledge of the cases.

But the recent clash between New York’s top banking regulator and federal authorities over how to handle a similar case against the British bank Standard Chartered could complicate the investigations.

The United States prosecutors worry that the $340 million settlement between the New York regulator, Benjamin M. Lawsky, and Standard Chartered sends a message to international banks and regulators that American authorities are uncoordinated and torn by divisions — since Mr. Lawsky acted alone in leveling the charges and settling the case. They also worry that foreign banks and regulators will no longer readily cooperate in turning over valuable transaction data that reveal the parties behind the global movement of tainted money, according to the federal and state prosecutors who were not authorized to publicly discuss the investigations.

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One Response to “Deutsche Bank’s Business With Sanctioned Nations Under Scrutiny”
  1. 1ofthemany says:

    Oh but that is what is all about Alfie, fraud, drugs, war, fraud, illegal guns to make you think guns are bad, well ok so are baseball bats and rocks in the wrong hands, they put it all here or all there..yes our working to F you silly people (we know who they are, it is no secret) yea right we are not that stupid, they just want us to be and we are not that tolerant!!! and we haven’t been so come..on, nuf!! they/we/everyone need to hang them all NOW!!! so we can get back to making/rebuilding it right again and we can. But we have to be rid of the cancerous disease out here known as LEACHES …..with no host they have nothing.

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