Lending Scandal Adds To Corporate Japan’s Compliance Woes

Regional lender in Japan, Suruga Bank, apologized this week and admitted that staff may have knowingly processed loan documents that were falsified for a struggling property investment scheme, adding to the list of corporate scandals plaguing the country …
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