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StanChart to Settle (Again); Wells Fargo Banker Faces Insider Trading Charges; Analyzing Citi's Big Announcement

Receiving Wide Coverage ... StanChart to Settle … Again: Standard Chartered expects to pay another $330 million in order to settle claims by U.S. agencies that it violated U.S. sanctions. Negotiations with the U.S. Department of Justice, the U.S. Treasury Department, the Federal Reserve and the Manhattan district attorney's office are currently underway and expected to close "very shortly." You may recall that the U.K.-based bank has already paid $340 million to settle rebel regulator Benjamin…

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