A Malaysian citizen who conspired to smuggle rhino horns worth USD 2.1 million has been jailed in the US.
Singapore banks are red-flagging, reviewing, restricting and/or closing accounts of customers from China, Vanuatu, Dominica, Cyprus, Cambodia, Turkey, and St Kitts and Nevis.
Citadel agreed to pay $7mn to settle charges that it incorrectly marked short sale orders as long sales, and vice versa, over a five year period.
Eight US banks are accused of conspiring to artificially inflate the interest rates on debt securities between 2008 and 2016.
3M agreed to pay $9.6mn for shipments destined for a customer in Iran. Emigrant Bank agreed to pay about $32,000 for processing transactions for two Iranian residents.
Goldman Sachs has agreed to USD 6 million for submitting deficient submissions that included missing or inaccurate trade data for at least 163 million transactions.
The FSS management cautions and improvement requests to the National Federation of Fisheries Cooperatives for a failed overseas investment.
The plan aims to target sectors including finance and state-owned enterprises. A separate anti-corruption law will be introduced within five years.
The penalty was the maximum allowed by legislation that existed at the time of the contravening conduct. The court said a penalty "several times" higher would have been more appropriate.
Singapore police say the assets involved in the case now involve S$2.4bn, which is more than twice the amount initially reported in August.
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