U.S. Said to Tap Ex-Standard Chartered Lawyer for Compliance JobBy and
Hui Chen said to take on new role at Justice Department
Counsel post will bring `reality check' to prosecutions
Big banks that say the U.S. doesn’t understand how tough it is to comply with everything from anti-bribery to antitrust laws are about to gain an ear inside the Justice Department: a former compliance chief from Standard Chartered Bank PLC.
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