Governance, News, Regulation & Supervision

Regulatory fines fall as banks get better at compliance

By John Crowley
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Regulatory fines to global financial institutions fell sharply by 88% in the first half of the year compared with a year ago, as banks have got better at compliance.

Established institutions are pursuing a more rigorous compliance posture, according to compliance specialist Fenergo.


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