Japan FSA prods banks to accelerate anti-money-laundering steps: sources

A critical report by the group could result in sanctions that could include shunning Japanese banks out of the global banking network. “Even a single financial institution with low-level anti-money laundering and terrorist-financing measures is enough to …
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