HSBC and Standard Chartered have previously paid billions of dollars in fines over failures in their anti-money-laundering programmes. Photo: Sun Yeung HSBC and Standard Chartered have previously paid billions of dollars in fines over failures in their anti-money-laundering programmes. Photo: Sun Yeung
HSBC and Standard Chartered have previously paid billions of dollars in fines over failures in their anti-money-laundering programmes. Photo: Sun Yeung

HSBC, JPMorgan, StanChart and others processed trillions of dollars of transactions despite concerns over potential crimes, reports say

  • Top banks processed trillions of dollars of transactions identified as suspicious, according to International Consortium for Investigative Journalists review
  • Disclosure raises questions about effectiveness of government efforts to stamp out money laundering

Topic |   Banking & Finance
HSBC and Standard Chartered have previously paid billions of dollars in fines over failures in their anti-money-laundering programmes. Photo: Sun Yeung HSBC and Standard Chartered have previously paid billions of dollars in fines over failures in their anti-money-laundering programmes. Photo: Sun Yeung
HSBC and Standard Chartered have previously paid billions of dollars in fines over failures in their anti-money-laundering programmes. Photo: Sun Yeung
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