Standard Chartered To Pay £46.6m Fine For Misstating Its Liquidity Levels | This Is Money

Normal Chartered slapped with £46.6m penalty by banking watchdog after the financial institution misstated its liquidity ranges
  • Normal Chartered would have paid round £20m further had it not settled
  • Shares within the monetary providers agency had been down 2.15% to 422.6p this morning
  • The PRA stated it lacked a 'dependable overview' of the financial institution's USD liquidity place
By Harry Wise For This Is Money Printed: 04:48 EST, 20 December 2021 | Up to date: 05:20 EST, 20 December 2021

Normal Chartered has been fined by Britain's monetary providers regulatory physique for inaccurately reporting its liquidity place and management failures. It'll pay a £46.55million settlement to the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) for 5 breaches dedicated between March 2018 and Could 2019, together with a failure to inform the PRA of an error till after a four-month inside probe was concluded. In October 2017, the regulator imposed new liquidity expectations on Normal Chartered over worries relating to an enhanced danger of upper US greenback liquidity outflows.

Banking superb: Normal Chartered pays a £46.55million settlement to the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) for 5 breaches dedicated between March 2018 and Could 2019 Although the PRA acknowledged that the FTSE 100 group's liquidity place 'remained in surplus to its core liquidity necessities,' it added the financial institution's reporting errors meant it 'didn't have a dependable overview of its USD liquidity place.'

The banking large would have paid round £20million further had it not agreed to settle the case,

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