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2007-2008 Finance Crisis

Banks paid $321 billion in fines since financial crisis: BCG

BOSTON: Banks across the world have paid about $321 billion in fines since the 2007-2008 financial crisis as regulators stepped up scrutiny, according to a note by the Boston Consulting Group. Almost ten years since the financial crisis, the banking industry has not completely recovered, BCG said in an industry report. North American banks accounted for nearly 63 percent of the total fines, or about $204 billion, during 2009-2016, the consultancy firm said. While U.S. regulators have been more effective in imposing…