July 7, 2016

The bank wrong-doing count

Dirt Digger Digest

Since the beginning of 2010 major U.S. and foreign-based banks have paid more than $160 billion in penalties (fines and settlements) to resolve cases brought against them by the Justice Department and federal regulatory agencies. Bank of America alone accounts for $56 billion of the total and JPMorgan Chase another $28 billion. Fourteen banks have each accumulated penalty amounts in excess of $1 billion, and five of those are in excess of $10 billion.


Anonymous said...

Uh... and what happened to all that money?

Anonymous said...

did it go back to the bank customers?