SocGen to Pay Nearly 1 Billion Euros to Settle Dispute with Libyan Wealth Fund
Societe Generale has agreed to pay nearly 1 billion Euros to settle a dispute with Libyan Investment Authority (LIA). The bank reached a settlement over LIA allegations that trades were secured as part of a “fraudulent and corrupt scheme” involving payment of US$58.5 million to a Panamanian registered company.
“This Libyan settlement does not mark the end of SocGen’s legal issues, with the bank still in talks with US authorities.”
This Libyan settlement does not mark the end of SocGen’s legal issues, with the bank still in talks with US authorities over dollar transfers it made on behalf of entities based in countries subject to economic sanctions.
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