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For 10 years, the US fined the world's banks for $ 243 billion

US regulators have fined the world's banks for a total of $ 243 billion from the financial crisis of 2008, according to a report by Keefe, Bryuette & Woods.

Most of the fines are related to the deceit of investors regarding the quality of mortgage assets that they sold before the collapse of the US real estate market, leads the data of the MarketWatch report.

The leader in compensated compensation is Bank of America - for the last ten years he paid fines of $ 76,1 billion. JPMorgan Chase is in second place with an index of $ 43,7 billion, the third place is Citigroup ($ 19 billion).

Among the foreign banks, Deutsche Bank ($ 14 billion) and Royal Bank of Scotland ($ 10,1 billion) paid the most. More than $ 6 billion of fines were also paid by BNP Paribas, Credit Suisse and UBS.

A source: INTERFAX

Tags: USA, Economics, Banks, Penalties

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