The United States Department of Justice and Securities Exchange Commission are targeting banks, financial institutes and other large corporations that are illegally laundering money. Large international corporations that are registered with the SEC and/or are doing business in the United States may be subject to substantial fines and penalties for money laundering, bank fraud, illegal kickbacks, fraudlent accounting practices, and other illegal activities.
Further, recent Bounty Actions have been enacted to provide large financial incentives to persons with original knowledge of these illegal activities to be the first to properly confidentially report these crimes. For more information on these Bounty Action Laws and how to confidentially report money laundering, bank fraud, illegal kickbacks, fraudlent accounting practices, or other illegal activities, please feel free to contact International Money Laundering Bounty Action Lawyer, Jason S. Coomer.
Please also feel free to go to the following web pages:
International Hedge Fund Fraud Bounty Action Lawyer
International Financial Services and Bank Fraud Bounty Action Lawyer
For more information on International Crack Downs on Money Laundering, please also read the following article:
HSBC to pay $1.92 billion in money-laundering settlement - Dec. 10, 2012