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Source: BV, FT
This morning we discussed the danger that arises from merely fining banks instead of prosecuting them for violating laws.
Since the news cycle is focusing on the potential multibillion-dollar fines for BNP Paribas SA and Bank of America Corp., let’s have a look at the amount of those potential fines in some context: Continues here
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