Deutsche Bank will pay a penalty to U.S. $258 million

Moscow. On 5 November. Deutsche Bank AG (DB) agreed to pay $258 million to U.S. and new York for operations with countries, against which the US imposed sanctions, according to MarketWatch.

The new York Department of financial services fined the Bank $200 million and demanded the dismissal of six employees.

The regulator said that the employees of DB used “non-transparent actions and working methods” for transactions in excess of $10.8 billion with financial institutions and other organizations from Iran, Libya, Syria, Myanmar and Sudan in the period from 1999 to 2006.

In addition, the German Bank will pay $58 million to the Federal reserve system of the United States on similar charges.