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0 回复 举报 [ 5楼 游客 (120.147.x.x) ] 发表于 2019-12-3 06:07
AUSTRAC's conscise statement of claim outlines the magnitude of the theoretical maximum fine Westpac could face. "Westpac has contravened the act on over 23 million occasions, each contravention attracting a civil penalty between $17 million and $21 million," the regulator noted. Assuming 23 million contraventions at the lower end of those maximum penalties, that amounts to a potential maximum fine of $391 trillion. As highlighted in the Commonwealth Bank money laundering case, the actual penalty paid is likely to be much smaller — CBA was facing a theoretical maximum penalty of close to $1 trillion, but ended up settling with AUSTRAC for $700 million in penalties for 53,700 breaches. 煽情的小编,可恶的品德
0 回复 举报 [ 4楼 游客 (172.58.x.x) ] 发表于 2019-12-3 01:37
一下 0 一下 4亿万
0 回复 举报 [ 3楼 游客 (67.244.x.x) ] 发表于 2019-12-2 23:17
澳洲的金融监控系统腐败透顶,洗了110亿才发现啊!
0 回复 举报 [ 2楼 游客 (68.147.x.x) ] 发表于 2019-12-2 22:01
400万亿,哈哈,和美国判人入狱5万年差不多

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