只用一本书提高英语听力能力!重温经典名著双语阅读小编推荐:跟着纪录片学英语不背单词和语法,轻松学英语
返回列表 回复 发帖

[英伦广角] 2012-07-21 汇丰银行涉嫌为毒贩洗钱遭指控

提高英语听力能力 找对方法很重要!
HW

Billions dollars, tens of thousands of lives, the Mexican drug wars have been as lucrative as they are brutal, we now know that cartels have been able to launder their profits thanks to Europe’s largest banks. Executives from HSBC faced the full fury of American politicians - years of lax controls that provided the gateway for criminal money into the US.

One HSBC executive told us that the major reason why HSBC opened its US bank was to provide overseas clients with a gateway into the US financial system. Now, on top of that, HB US history of weak anti-money laundering controls, and you got a recipe for trouble.

It’s not just money from the cartels of Mexico, the commitee's investigation found evidence that safeguard(安全措施) supposed to prevent transactions with rogue regimes like Iran were bypassed. Services were provided to banks in Saudi Arabia and Bangladesh with links to terrorists financing and millions of dollars in suspicious traveller's cheques were cleared for a Japanese bank benefitting Russian used-car dealers.

HSBC says sorry and promises to do better. Senior figures are already paying the price.

I recognized that there've been some significant areas of failure. I have said before and I will say again: Despite the best efforts and intentions of many delicated professionals, HSBC has fallen short of our own expectations and the expectations of our regulators.  As I have thought about the structural transformation of the bank's compliance function,  I recommended to the group that now is the appropriate time for me and for the bank for someone new to serve as a head of group compliance.

Once again there is also critisim of the regulators supposed to protect the financial system but who failed to take action.

What this hearing will show is how HSBC has consistantly failed to tackle financial crime machines and how US regulators has constantly failed to get HSBC to up its game. What we need is we need serious regulation and in the worst cases we need criminal prosecution against those who got it wrong.

Suddenly Washington is very interested in British banks, elsewhere on Capitol Hill, the head of the Federal Reserve, was grilled of what he knew and when about the LIBOR scandal. The search for answers has only just begun. It’s not the end of money laundry scandal for HSBC either. The US Department of Justice has confirmed its investigating and reported the fine will be as much as 1 billion dollars.
HW


Billions of dollars, tens of thousands of lives, the Mexican drug awards have been as liquid as they are brutal.

We now know the curtail has been able to loan to their pockets. Thanks to Europe largest bank.

Executives of HSBC face to the four ferial American politicans, years of lacks of controls that provide a gateway to criminal money into the U.S.

One HSBC executive told us that the major reason why HSBC opened its US bank was to provide its overseas crimes with a gateway into the U.S. financial system.

Now, on top of their HB U.S. history of weak and tight money laundering controls, and you got a rapsy for Trouble

It is not just money from the curtails of Mexico, A Committee’s investigation found evidence to save Gulf supposed to prevent transactions with ** like Iran or Bypast.

Services were provided to bank in Saudi Arabia and Bankladesh with links to terrorists financing. And millions of dollars in suspicious travelors cheques were clear for Japanese bank and benifiting Russian used cardillats. HSBC had said sorry and promised to do better. Senior figures are already paying the price.

I recognized that there have been some significant areas of failure. I have said before and I will say again. Despite the best efforts and intentions of many dedicated professionals, HSBC has fullen short of our expectations and the expectations about regulaters.

As I have thought about structual transformation of the bank’s complaince function. I recommended to the group that now is the propriate time for me and for the bank for someone new to service the head group complaince.

* is also criticism of the regulaters supposed to protect the financial system but it failed to take the action.
What these hearings were showed is how HSBC has consistantly failed to take of old financial crime sheets and how U.S. regulaties have consistantly failed to get HSBC to ** . What we need is we need serious regulation and in the worst cases, we need criminal prosecutions to go those who get it wrong.  

Suddenly, Washington is very interested in British banks elsewhere on Capital Hill, the head of the federal reserve was grow up what he knew and win about the * scandal. The search for * and it has just begun.

It is not the end of the money laundering for HSBC either, the U.S. public justice has confirmed the investigating which reported the fine will be as much as one billion dollars
立即获取| 免费注册领取外教体验课一节
这个有文本没啊?
实现无障碍英语沟通
本帖最后由 musenxie 于 2012-7-28 21:38 编辑

HMWK

Billions of dollars, tens of thousands of lives, the mexican drug wars have been as lucrative as they are brutal. We now know the cartels've been able to launder their profits thanks to Europe's largest bank. The executives form HSBC faced the full feried the america politicians years of lack controls that provided gateway to criminal money into the US.

One HSBC executive told us that the major reason why HSBC opened the US bank was to provide its oversea's clients with the gateway into the US financial system. Now on top of that HSBC's history of weak anti-moneylaundary controls. And you've got recipe for trouble.

It's not just money from the cartels of Mexico, the committee investigation found evidence that the safeguards supposed to provide transactions with rogry regimes like Iran was bypassed. Services were provided to banks in Sodia Rabia and bangladish with links to terrorist financing, and billions of dollars in suspecious traveler's checks were clear for japanese bank, benefiting russian used car dealers. HSBC has said sorry and promised to do better. Senior figures are already paying the price.

I recognized that there have been some significent areas of failure. I have said it before and I will say again, despite the best efforts, and intentions of many dedicated professionals, HSBC has fallen in short of our own expectations and the expectations of our regulators. As I have thought about the structural transformations of the banks compliance function, I recommended to the group that now is the appropriate time for me and for the bank, for someone new to serve as the headgroup compliance.

once again is also criticism of regulators, supposed to protect the financial system, but failed to take actions.

What the hearings were show is HSBC has consistantly failed to tackle financial crime machines, and how US regulators have consistantly failed to get HSBC to offer this game. What we need is we need serious regulation, and in the worst cases we need criminal prosecutions against those who got it wrong.

Suddenly Washington is very interested in British banks elsewhere on capital hill the head of federal reserve, with groud of what he knew and when about the LIBOR scandel. The search for answers has only just begun. It's not the end of the money laundary scandel for HSBC either. US department of justice has confirmed its investigating, which reported the fine could be as much as 1 billion dollars.
口译专员推荐—>口译训练软件IPTAM口译通
HOMEWORK

Billions of dollars, tens of thousands of lives, the Mexican drug wars have been as lucrative as they are brutal. We now know the cartels have been able to launder their profits thanks to Europe's largest bank. Executives from HSBC faced the full fury of American politicians. Years of lax controls that provided a gateway for criminal money into the U.S.

“One HSBC executive told us that a major reason why HSBC opened the U.S. bank was to provide its overseas clients with a gateway into the U.S. financial system. Now on top of that, HBUS' history of weak anti-money-laundering controls. And you’ve got a recipe for trouble.”

It’s not just money from the cartels of Mexico, the committee’s investigation found evidence to safeguard supposed to prevent transactions with rogue regimes like Iran were bypassed. Services were provided to banks in Saudi Arabia and Bangladesh with links to terrorist financing, and millions of dollars in suspicious traveler’s checks were cleared for a Japanese bank benefiting Russian-used car dealers. HSBC has said sorry and promised to do better. Senior figures are already paying the price.

“I recognize that there have been some significant areas of failure. I have said before and I will say again, despite the best efforts and intentions of many dedicated professionals, HSBC has fallen short of our own expectations and the expectations of our regulators. As I have thought about the structural transformation of the bank’s compliance function, I recommended to the group that now is the appropriate time for me and for the bank, for someone new to serve as the head of group compliance.”

Once again there is also criticism of the regulators supposed to protect the financial system but who failed to take action.

“What this hearing will show is how HSBC has consistently failed to tackle financial crime issues, and how U.S. regulators have consistently failed to get HSBC to offer its gains. What we need is… we need serious regulation and in the worst cases, we need criminal prosecutions against those who got it wrong.”

Suddenly Washington is very interested in British banks. Elsewhere on Capitol Hill, the head of the Federal Reserve was grilled of what he knew and when about the Libor scandal. The search for answers has only just begun. It’s not the end of the money laundering scandal for HSBC either. U.S. Department of Justice has confirmed it’s investigating which reported the fine could be as much as $1 billion.

[Homework]2012-07-21 汇丰银行涉嫌为毒贩洗钱遭指控

Billions of dollars,tens of thousands of lives,the Mexican drug wars have been as lucrative as they are brutal.We now know the cartels have been able to launder their profits thanks to europe's largest bank.Executives from HSBC faced the full fiery of American politicians,years' of lacks control that provided a gateway for criminal money into the US.
One HSBC executive told us that the major reason why HSBC opened its US bank was to provide its overseas clients with a gateway into the US financial system.Now on top of that HBUS's history of weak anti-money launder controls,and you've got a recipe for trouble.
It's not money from cartels of Mexico,committee investigation found evidence the safeguard supposed to prevent transaction with rogue regime like Iran were bypassed.Services were provided to bank in Sandi Arabia and Bangladesh with links to terrorist financing.And millions of dollars in suspisous travellers checks were cleared for Japenese bank,benefiting Russian used car dealers.HSBC has said sorry and promised to do better.Senior figures are already paying the price.  
I recognize that there had been some significant areas of failure.I have said before and I would say again,despite the best efforts and intentions of many dedicated professionals,HSBC has fallen short of our own expectations and the expectations of our regulators.As I have thought about the strutural transformation of the bank's compliance function,I recommended it to the group that now it's the appropriate time for me and for the bank,for someone new to serve the head group compliance.
Once again,there is also criticism of the regulators supposed to protect the financial system but who failed to take action.
What these hearings were shown is how HSBC has consistantly fail to tackle financial crime machines and US regulators have consistently failed to get HSBC to off its game.What we need is we need serious regulation and in the worse cases,we need criminal prosecutions against those who got it wrong.
Suddenly Washington is very interested  in British banks,else where on capital hill.The head of the federal reserve was grilled on what he knew and when about the * scandal.The search for answers have only just begun.It's not the end of money laundering scandal for HSBC either.US department of justice has confirmed its investigating which reported the fine could be as much as one billion dollars.

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
Billion of dollars,tens of thousands of lives.the mexican drug wars have been as lucrative as they are brutal.we now know the cartels has been able to launder their profits thanks to europe's  largest bank.executive from hsbc faced the full fury of american politicans in years of lax controls provided the gateway for criminal money into the us.one hsbc excetive has been told us,the major reason why hsbc open its us bank was to provide the overseas clients with the gateways into the us financial system.now on top of the that hbus history of weak anti money laundery control and you got recipe for trouble.
It's not just the money from cartels of mexico.commitees of investigation find evidence to safeguards supposed to transaction with rogue regimes like Iran were bypassed.so if this isservices were provided to banks in saudi arabia and bagladesh with links to terrorist financing.and billions of dollars in suspicous travellers checks were cleared for japanese banks benefiting russian-used car dealers.
Hsbc has  said sorry and promised to do better. senior figures are already paying a price.
I recognized there has been some sigt errors and falure.i had say before that will say it again.despite the efforts and intentions of delicated many professionals,hsbc has fallen short of our own expectations and expectations of our regulators.
As i have thought about the structural transforamtion of the bank compliance founction,i recommend to the group that now is the appropriate time for me and for the bank for someone new to serve as head of compliance.
Once again there Is also criticism of regulators supposed to protect the financial system.but they failed to take action.
What this hearing will show is the hsbc tackle was consistently failed to tackle financial crime issues and how us regulators has been consistently failed to do what is what we need is we need serious regulation and in the worst cases we need criminal prosecutions aganist those who got it wrong.
Suddenly wasthington is very interested in british banks the head of federal reserve is grilled up with what he knew and when about liable scandal.the search for answers has only just begun.it's not the end of money laundering scandel for hsbc either.us depts of justicejust confirmed it's investigating and reported the fine will be  as much as 1 billion dollars.
返回列表