FinCEN Files: Leaked US Files Show Global Banks Reported $2 Trillion In Suspicious Transactions Over Two Decades





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* Two trillion dollar's worth of transactions were analysed from leaked dossiers
* The five banks which featured most in the documents were HSBC, JPMorgan, Deutsche Bank, Standard Chartered, Bank of New York Mellon
* Documents are said to reveal 'banking system's most closely guarded secrets'
* Also reported to show how Russian oligarchs avoid being hit by sanctions

Some of the world's biggest banks let criminals and fraudsters move dirty money around the world, according to leaked financial dossiers.

Banking papers detailing $2 trillion in dealings were analysed after being leaked to Buzzfeed News and shared with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, which distributed them to 108 news organisations, BBC Panorama said.

HSBC is one of several international banks whose name appears most in the cache of thousands of secret US government documents called the FinCEN files.

They show that HSBC continued shuttling funds through to accounts in Hong Kong months after it was warned about the Ponzi scheme worth £62 million.

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