National Bank of Greece agreed Friday to pay $300,000 to settle Federal Reserve Board charges that its Boston branch violated the Bank Secrecy Act.

Without admitting wrongdoing, the bank also agreed to establish a monitoring system to detect future money laundering violations. In addition, it will train its tellers, loan officers, private banking officials, and customer service agents on the act.

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