JPMorgan Spreadsheet Find Expands Bribery Probe

Aug. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg News' Dawn Kopecki reports that the U.S. Justice Department has joined the SEC in a probe of JPMorgan as the discovery of a spreadsheet links hires in Asia to specific deals pursued by the company. She speaks on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg Surveillance."
Bank Misconduct Fines Are Concern, Bafin's Hufeld Says
07:28 - Germany’s biggest banks have sufficient capital to cope with mounting legal bills judging from what can be seen today, and it's of "paramount importance" for banks to fix their internal oversight processes, Felix Hufeld, president of German banking regulator Bafin, said. He spoke Wednesday with Bloomberg's Nicholas Comfort at the Banken Im Umbruch conference in Frankfurt, hosted by Handelsblatt. (Source: Bloomberg)
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