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How Bankers Avoid The Slammer

How Bankers Avoid The Slammer

Bankers Are Too Big to Jail? This week’s  financial industry news read more like crime news than financial. Bankers tinker with interest rates, game the banking system and launder money for people tied to criminal organizations and possibly terrorists. When caught, bankers “settle.” Chartered Bank made headlines: Laundering Case Settled By Bank For $340 Million, […]

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Money Laundering Is A Growth Industry

Money Laundering Is A Growth Industry

Consumerist’s Guide to the New Money Sanitization Industry The New York Times recently provided details about how foreign banks send their clients’ funds to American banks for money laundering: “The list of global banks… accused…of laundering foreign transactions totaling billions of dollars has been growing—Credit Suisse, Lloyds, Barclays, ING, HSBC—and now Standard Chartered.”* Is this […]

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Luxury Prisons Planned for Banksters

Luxury Prisons Planned for Banksters

Incarceration Without Inconvenience Senate hearings* disclosed American bank complicity in money laundering for domestic and international organized crime groups. The news raises the hitherto unthinkable possibility of jail time for banksters. This is good news for the luxury hotel industry. Anonymous sources report that the Four Seasons and Kempinski hotel chains are readying business plans […]

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