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Bank of America, JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ all face new scrutiny in US election


The US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) said on Monday that it was “aware of multiple” allegations that BAMC and JPMC had been involved in a scheme to bribe foreign officials in the United States, the Financial Times reported.

BAMB has denied any wrongdoing and JPMCHS said it was cooperating with the US investigation.

The Bank of Japan is also investigating the allegations.

The reports of BAMM&C’s and JPMB&amp!t.s alleged involvement in a “brazen scheme” to bribe the leaders of countries in Central and South America to gain access to US commercial banks in exchange for US government contracts is part of a wider US investigation into bribery and corruption in the banking industry, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal (WSJ).

The US Department of Justice (DOJ) and Federal Bureau.

of Investigation are also probing the allegations, the WSJ reported.

In the past few years, several US politicians have faced charges for allegedly receiving money from a corrupt business partner in exchange to secure government contracts.

In recent years, some of the most high-profile cases involved US Senator Bernie Sanders, who has been accused of taking thousands of dollars from a wealthy campaign donor to campaign for his 2008 presidential run.

The allegations against Sanders have been largely dismissed by the US political establishment, which has maintained he did not take the donations.

The WSJ report said the DOJ and FBI were also investigating a US bank in which the bank had been linked to the “bribery” scandal that erupted after the 2007-08 financial crisis.

According to the report, a number of people involved in the scheme to obtain commercial banking contracts from banks in the US had close links to the Bank of China, a key rival of the US.

The report said that the bank’s former CEO had been arrested in December for allegedly taking bribes.

The US investigation was also reported by the Associated Press, citing a law enforcement source. 

Reuters contributed to this report

Alpha Bank to launch commercial banking platform in 2018

The Canadian National Bank will start offering commercial banking services in 2018, a senior executive says.

“We have a really strong platform in place now that allows us to scale up faster and we can offer that,” said Peter Boulanger, president and CEO of Alpha Bank.

“Our ability to do that in the coming years is going to be a huge benefit for our clients and we are very excited to be able to start our commercial banking service.”

The Alpha commercial bank will have its commercial branch opened by 2021.

“It is something that has been in the works for quite a while and we’re very excited about this,” Boulangersaid.

“As we continue to grow our commercial bank platform and expand it to more customers, we’re seeing a significant demand for commercial banking.”

The bank has a partnership with the Credit Suisse Group to provide a range of services.

The bank will also offer a commercial banking product in 2018 for customers that have access to credit unions.