The Federal Reserve Board ordered Bangkok Metropolitan Bank on Thursday to shutter its U.S. operations, saying the bank's management cannot operate the institution safely and legally. The bank also agreed to pay a $3.5 million fine to the Justice Department for violating federal banking laws.

This is only the second time the Fed kicked a foreign bank out of the country. Daiwa Bank was the first.

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