51. UBS Japan 2012 ($1,523 million)
When UBS was fined US$1.5 billion in 2012 for rigging Libor, it was the second-largest corporate penalty ever imposed on a bank, after HSBC’s US$1.9 billion forfeit for money laundering the same year.
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