- HSBC to Pay Record $1.9 Billion Fine in Money Laundering CaseDecember 11, 2012HSBC has agreed to pay a record $1.92 billion fine to settle a multi-year probe by U.S. prosecutors, who accused Europe's biggest bank of failing to enforce rules designed to prevent the laundering of criminal cash.
- Cybersecurity Threat Far From OverOctober 05, 2012Cybercriminals are allegedly plotting to attack more U.S. financial institutions this fall.
- RBS, Commerzbank Drawn Into U.S. Iran Money ProbeAugust 22, 2012U.S. authorities are investigating Royal Bank of Scotland and Commerzbank over possible breaches of sanctions on Iran, in a widening crackdown which has already cost Standard Chartered a hefty fine.
- BPM's Strategic Benefits Offer Greater Agility EnterprisewideMay 26, 2008Banks are taking business process management beyond simple workflow automation to actually measure and optimize processes ranging from online account opening to compliance.