Top 5 ORX News Losses: Q2 2020
- 15 July 2020
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 Q1 2020.
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1. SEB Group – $107.3m
SEB fined SEK 1 billion by FI for deficiencies in its AML measures in Baltic operations.
2. MetLife – $84m
MetLife pays USD 84 million for misrepresenting the value of its reserves to investors.
3. JPMorgan Chase & Co. – $62.5m
Chase Bank pays USD 62.5 million over improper fees and illegal interest rates for soldiers.
4. Postbank (South Africa) – $62.1m
Postbank incurs USD 62 million loss after employees print and steal master key.
5. Commerzbank – $47.7m
Commerzbank fined GBP 37.8 million by FCA for anti money laundering control failures.
1. Morgan Stanley – $45.5m
Morgan Stanley to pay up to EUR 42 million to Dutch tax authorities over alleged cum ex deals.
2. Norfund – $10.0m
Norfund defrauded of USD 10 million loan in fake email scam.
3. Bloomberg Tradebook – $5.0m
Bloomberg Tradebook fined USD 5 million by SEC for trade order routing misrepresentations.
4. MSSB – $5.0m
MSSB to pay USD 5 million for misleading customers about charges for trade execution services.
5. Stifel – $3.6m
Stifel pay over USD 3.6 million for giving misleading and inaccurate information on UITs.
1. IBK – $86.0m
IBK pays USD 86 million for allowing over USD 1 billion to be illegally sent to Iran.
2. Wells Fargo – $35.5m
Wells Fargo to pay USD 33.5 million settling claims it failed to offer loan modifications.
3. Bank Hapoalim – $30.1m
Bank Hapoalim to pay USD 30.1 million for role in FIFA bribery and money laundering scheme.
4. FS – $23.1m
FS ordered to pay CAD 32.8 million by BCSC over selling and unregistered trading of securities.
5. Guaranteed Rate – $15.1m
Guaranteed Rate to pay USD 15.1 million for non-compliance with FCA and FIRREA standards.
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