U.S. fines banks $243 billion

США оштрафовали банки мира на $243 млрд

A leader in compensation is paid to the Bank of America – over the past ten years he has paid fines totaling $76.1 billion.

Us regulators fined banks for a total of $243 billion since the financial crisis in 2008, the report said the investment company Keefe, Bryuette & Woods.

Most of the penalties associated with cheating investors about the quality of mortgage assets which they sold before the collapse of the us real estate market, cites a report by MarketWatch.

A leader in compensation is paid to the Bank of America – over the past ten years he has paid fines in the amount of $76.1 billion. In second place by a wide margin – JPMorgan Chase with a figure of $43.7 billion, the third – Citigroup ($19 billion).

Among the foreign banks which had paid Deutsche Bank ($14 billion) and Royal Bank of Scotland ($10.1 billion). More than $6 billion of fines have also paid BNP Paribas, Credit Suisse and UBS.

We will remind, in the USA investigating the relationship of the tramp with Deutsche Bank. This German Bank for many years lent to the business of the current President of the United States.

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