Top 5 ORX News Losses: Q3 2020
- 12 October 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 Q3 2020.
1. JPMorgan Chase – $920.2m
JPMorgan Chase agrees to pay USD 920.2 million for spoofing metals and US Treasury markets.
2. LCF – $236.5m
Investors sue LCF for GBP 178 million over alleged mini-bond fraud.
3. Rabobank – $189.3m
Rabobank loses up to EUR 160 million after Mexican government seizes ship collateral.
4. Mutual of Omaha – $6.7m
Mutual of Omaha agrees to pay USD 6.7 million to settle class action suit over ERISA breaches.
5. Macquarie – $5.1m
Macquarie pays AUD 7 million over advisers inflating value of company shares to investors.
1. Citigroup – $520.4m
Citigroup mistakenly pays USD 900 million to Revlon lenders in clerical error.
2. Bank of Nova Scotia – $127.4m
Scotiabank agrees to pay over USD 127.4 million to settle over commodities price manipulation.
3. TD Bank Group – $122m
TD Bank to pay USD 122 million restitution over overdraft enrollment practices.
4. Capital One – $80m
Capital One fined USD 80 million for failing to establish cyber risk management processes.
5. Interactive Brokers Group – $38.7m
Interactive Brokers fined USD 38.7 million for SAR reporting failures and AML failures.
1. Goldman Sachs Group – $2.5bn
Goldman Sachs agrees to pay USD 2.5 billion to the Government of Malaysia over 1MDB fraud.
2. Deutsche Bank – $150m
Deutsche Bank fined USD 150 million for compliance failures over Epstein, FBME and Danske.
3. American International Group – $39.9m
VFA to pay USD 40 million to settle SEC charges over retirement plans disclosure failures.
4. Credit Suisse – $15.5m
Credit Suisse settles for USD 15.5 million with pension funds over debt write-downs.
5. UBS – $10m
UBS pay USD 10 million for circumventing retail investor priority in municipal bond offering.
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