While people like the controversial John McAfee go to jail for tax evasion, there are much larger players who claim to store your money and keep them safe, committing crimes way beyond the likes of McAfee. As per the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, 5 key global banks have been exposed channeling trillions of dollars in illicit funds in the lately leaked FinCEN Files.
The enormous leak is twenty-one hundred documents ranging from 2000 to 2017. The leaked documents incriminate JPMorgan, New York Mellon, HSBC, Standard Chartered, and Deutsche Bank in enabling a number of hazy financial misdemeanors. The documents were divulged to one hundred and eight news organizations in eighty-eight nations and the consortium and Buzzfeed broke the story.
The Bank of New York Mellon is suspected of assisting the major accused behind the Onecoin virtual currency Ponzi move one hundred and thirty-seven million in twenty-nine transactions.
The FinCEN Files demonstrate that BNY Mellon assisted the Onecoin cryptocurrency Ponzi move around one hundred and thirty seven million USD. Earlier in 2017, the bank flagged the twenty-nine Onecoin transactions but the regulators of the United States did nothing. As per a spokesperson from BNY Mellon, the bank provided the particulars to the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists that the institution takes financial regulation earnestly.
It is thought-provoking to see that the world’s banking group never gets in distress for money laundering, dealing with drug coalitions, rented assassins, and connecting with known gangsters of the world.
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