South Africa hands out money laundering fines
South Africa's Reserve Bank, the country's central bank, bank has fined Standard Bank, Barclays, FirstRand and Nedbank 125 million rand (US$11.9 million), according to Bloomberg. All failed to verify customer details, maintain records and manage and process suspicious transactions, while Standard Bank and Nedbank must also improve their terrorism financing controls, the Reserve Bank said.
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