A fine Messina

16 Dec 2016 By Dominic Elliott

Italy’s second-largest lender has been fined $235 mln by New York regulators for sanctions breaches. Rivals have paid more and Intesa Sanpaolo hasn’t been criminally charged. Investors may find the bank’s widespread incompetence at least as vexing as its intention to skirt rules.

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