The most fined banks over the last 10 years, one raking up a $60bn bill

Mark Battersby
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With the value of bank fines up 415% in 2022, new research by Forex Suggest has analysed factors such as fines per year, total amount penalised and percentage of shares to reveal the most fined financial companies in the world. Bank of America has received by far the highest combined value of over $60bn in fines since 2012.  Bank of America was fined heavily in the aftermath of the 2008 financial crisis, and was the recipient of four of the ten biggest fines since 2012.  Its total amount penalised was a huge $60,627,451,587 across 124 fines. JPMorgan Chase saw the second-largest co...

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