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  1. Anti-money laundering (AML) The HSBC Case-2012 Presentation by- Vishnu MK
  2. Content Money Laundering Anti Money Laundering Case Study- The HSBC Case
  3. Money Laundering & Anti Money Laundering Money Laundering: a financial transaction scheme that aims to conceal the identity, source, and destination of illicitly-obtained money. There are three stages of money laundering 1.Placement 2.Integration 3.Layering
  4. Anti Money Laundering: Refers to the activities financial institutions perform to achieve compliance with legal requirements to actively monitor for and report suspicious activities. Anti Money laundering Controls 1 KYC (Know your customer) 2 Customer Due Diligence 3 FATF Guidelines
  5. The HSBC Case 2012 HSBC British multinational universal bank and financial services. Established-1865, HSBC.Ltd-1989 8000+ offices in over 80 countries and territories in Europe, the Asia-Pacific region, the Americas, the Middle East and Africa.
  6. HSBC Case summary • HSBC provided money-laundering services of more than $881 million to various drug cartels including Mexico’s Sinaloa cartel and Colombia’s Norte del Valle cartel. • HSBC provided correspondent banking services, such as fund transfers and currency exchanges, which were the source of illicit flows in the face of weak AML controls.
  7. Major Allegations  HSBC Bank USA failed to conduct due diligence  HSBC Bank USA failed to monitor wire transfers  HSBC Bank USA failed to monitor bank notes transactions  HSBC Bank USA failed to provide adequate staffing to maintain AML program
  8. Final Settlement In December 2012, HSBC Holdings pay’s fine of $1.9 billion and sign agreement with the US Department of Justice after it was found to have violated US sanctions and admitted its accounts were used to launder money for criminal networks.
  9. Financial Authorities Relating to AML Regulations in the US Financial Crimes Enforcement Network(FinCEN) Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) Global Financial Action Task Force
  10. Sources: alleged-money-laundering-to-monitors laundering-scandal-hbc-scbff-ing-cs-rbs0129.aspx
  11. Thank You for Your Attention Anti-money Laundering (AML) The HSBC Case-2012