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SAN FRANCISCO: A group of Apple Inc's critics - including Spotify Technology SA, Match Group Inc and "Fortnite" creator Epic Games - have joined a nonprofit group that plans to advocate for legal and regulatory action to challenge the iPhone maker's App Store practices
RIO DE JANEIRO/LONDON: Debut trading in Hygo Energy Transition Ltd was suspended on Thursday hours after the liquefied natural gas transport and infrastructure operator's chief executive was named in a corruption investigation in Brazil.
SYDNEY: Westpac Banking Corp will pay a record A$1.3bil (US$920mil) fine to settle Australia’s biggest breach of anti-money laundering laws, capping a saga that shredded the bank’s reputation and cost former chief executive officer Brian Hartzer his job.
MEXICO CITY/NEW DELHI: A handful of long-term customers of Venezuela's PDVSA have begun winding down oil trade with the state-run company by scheduling the last cargoes to depart from the sanctioned country ahead of a U.S. deadline, five sources close to the decisions told Reuters.
SINGAPORE: Singapore’s financial regulator is “closely studying” a report that said about US$4.4bil of suspicious transactions flowed through the city’s bank
HONG KONG: HSBC Holdings Plc told its staff to stop posting on all the bank’s social media accounts over fears of “negative reactions” to the revelations in leaked suspicious activity reports.
SHANGHAI: Hong Kong stocks ended lower on Tuesday, tracking other Asian markets amid concerns about fresh pandemic lockdowns in Europe.
SINGAPORE: The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) said on Tuesday that it was 'closely studying' media reports that Singapore banks had informed U.S. regulators of suspicious transactions.
HONG KONG: HSBC and Standard Chartered Hong Kong shares dropped on Monday after media reports that they and other banks moved large sums of allegedly illicit funds over nearly two decades despite red flags about the origins of the money.
Several global banks moved large sums of allegedly illicit funds over a period of nearly two decades, despite red flags about the origins of the money, BuzzFeed and other media reported on Sunday, citing confidential documents submitted by banks to the U.S. government.