The UK’s financial regulator has fined Commerzbank’s London branch nearly £38 million (US$47 million) over anti-money laundering (AML) failures, including an ‘out of control’ customer due diligence process.

Since the FCA’s intervention, the German bank has suspended all new trade finance business activities.

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