Bank of New York Co. on Friday fired Lucy Edwards, one of two executives at the center of an international probe into suspected money laundering.

Ms. Edwards had been on administrative leave since mid-August, when the federal inquiry into transactions through $68 billion-asset Bank of New York was made public. She was an assistant vice president based in London and worked in the Eastern European division.

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