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U.S. prosecutors said UBS and HSBC also are accused of laundering more than $50 billion over the past 10 years.
The FSB said on Monday that it has arrested a number of top executives from the United States, France, Britain, Germany, China and the United Arab Emirates for alleged money laundering.
The bank said that the UBS and HSBC employees it is looking at are not currently serving jail terms.
In a statement, the bank said it has been cooperating with the FSB investigation as part of its cooperation with U.S. authorities.
“This investigation is ongoing and continues at an accelerated pace, and we must continue to provide as much information and cooperate fully with all the relevant authorities in their investigations,” the bank said.
“As part of this cooperation, UBS and HSBC have cooperated fully with U.S. authorities and will cooperate in any ongoing investigations into this matter.”
The Swiss bank on Monday said its U.S. compliance department had contacted the U.S. Treasury Department and agreed to give the bank two years to comply with any and all regulations on how it manages its cash.
The Swiss bank said it will have access to the U.S. treasury’s cyber warfare database, which can be used to determine which banks could be targets of a hack or data breaches.
Swiss intelligence services will also help investigate UBS and HSBC for any suspicious activity linked to the company, the bank said.
Switzerland, home to the world’s third largest banknotes, has been a haven for financial institutions accused of financial misdeeds and fraud.
Swiss authorities have tightened its money laundering and anti-money laundering laws, and more than 100 Swiss banks were subject to financial crisis probes during the past 10 years, according to a May 2012 report by the Süddeutsche Zeitung.
A number of U.S. law enforcement and government agencies have accused UBS and HSBC of running an illicit money-laundering operation that helped the바카라사이트m dodge bi우리카지노llions of dollars in U.S. anti-money laundering and anti-terrnatyasastra.comorist financing rules.
The American authorities have since arrested about 800 people connected to UBS and HSBC, including former U.S. treasury officials and a number of senior executives of UBS and the Swiss banking institution.