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Listen To The Fourth Episode Of Our FinCEN Files Podcast — The Whistleblowers

Two employees blew the whistle on Standard Chartered’s accounts. The FBI wasn’t interested. But the bank’s own reports raised similar concerns.

Posted on October 16, 2020, at 10:34 a.m. ET

Two former employees of Standard Chartered say they were ignored and eventually fired when they reported accounts at the bank that looked fishy to them — accounts they suspected were violating US sanctions against Iran. But as BuzzFeed News reporter Richard Holmes explains in Episode 4 of Suspicious Activity: Inside the FinCEN Files, there was someone else who thought many of the accounts were suspect enough to report to FinCEN: the bank itself.

If you haven’t listened to Episode 1, start there! And you can find more of our FinCEN Files coverage, including on Standard Chartered, at fincenfiles.com.

Suspicious Activity: Inside the FinCEN Files

A five-part podcast investigation into how the most powerful banks in the world facilitate the worst of humanity.

Listen now on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts.

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