Fed fines Deutsche Bank $186.4 million for AML violations

German lender failed to comply with earlier orders and was involved in Danske Bank scandal

Deutsche Bank Frankfurt HQ

The Federal Reserve fined Deutsche Bank $186.4 million on July 19, over breaches of anti-money laundering (AML) regulations.

Fed regulators said the bank failed to comply with commitments to improve internal controls, and committed violations related to the Danske Bank money laundering scandal.

The Fed previously fined Deutsche Bank over failures to enforce sanctions rules in 2015, and the Bank Secrecy Act and AML laws in 2017. In each case, it ordered Deutsche Bank to take remedial action.


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