Top 5 ORX News Losses: Q4 2020
- 13 January 2021
Do you know which op risk loss events have had the most impact recently? Read on for the 5 largest operational risk losses reported by ORX News in Q4 2020.
1. Promsvyazbank – $1178.9m
Promsvyazbank executives embezzle RUB 87.2 billion via fictitious securities purchase.
2. GE – $200m
GE to pay USD 200 million to SEC for misleading investors on its insurance financing.
3. BlueCrest – $170m
BlueCrest to pay USD 170 million for failing to disclose it replaced traders with algorithm.
4. Bank Gorod – $142.7m
Bank Gorod executives allegedly embezzle RUB 10.5 billion via fictitious cession agreements.
5. Nationstar – $110m
Nationstar ordered to pay USD 110 million remediation over deceptive mortgage practices.
1. Líder – $414.9m
Líder ordered to pay BRL 2.26 billion in restitution over irregular use of public funds.
2. JPMorgan – $250m
JPMorgan to pay USD 250 million over inadequate internal controls in fiduciary business.
3. Julius Baer – $79.7m
Julius Baer takes USD 79.7 million provision for expected fines over FIFA allegations.
4. Covéa – $23.3m
Covéa ordered to pay EUR 19.6 million over CEO’s misconduct in SCOR takeover bid.
5. Tengri Bank – $18.5m
Tengri Bank executives allegedly embezzle KZT 8 billion through deliberately unreturned loan.
1. Citibank – $400m
Citibank pays USD 400 million over poor risk management, data governance and control failures.
2. USAA – $85m
USAA Federal Savings Bank pays USD 85 million to OCC over poor risk and IT risk management.
3. Morgan Stanley – $60m
Morgan Stanley fined USD 60 million over unsafe data practices and due diligence.
4. Reliance Trust – $39.8m
Reliance Trust pays USD 39.8 million for alleged mismanagement of 401(k) funds.
5. AGM Market – $24.8m
AGM Market fined AUD 35 million by ASIC over account managers’ misconduct in derivatives sales.
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