US fines ABN Amro – The US Federal Reserve has ordered ABN Amro to pay $80 million in fines for lacking adequate risk management that could identify money laundering activities in its overseas branches. According to the order, released in mid-December, the Amsterdam-based bank must also submit plans for a new global risk management and compliance system within 90 days. "ABN Amro lacked effective systems of governance, audit and internal control to oversee the branches with respect to legal

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