Undue diligence : how banks do business with corrupt regimes by Global Witness

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Currency transaction reports filed by the bank, in accordance According to US Senate investigators President Obiang, pictured here, may have owned companies whose bank accounts at HSBC in Luxembourg and Banco Santander in Spain received suspicious transfers of millions of dollars from the Equatorial Guinea oil accounts at Riggs. 63 Belatedly, once the Senate investigators were already on its back in January 2004, Riggs did file a suspicious activity report relating to Otong, which Global Witness has seen.

84 Global Witness offered Banco Santander the opportunity to comment on the media reports about the closure of the case in 2005 as well as the new complaint submitted by APDHE, and asked if it could confirm whether it had made any suspicious activity reports. It did respond to this letter, saying that it was aware of these media reports and did not have any comment or clarification, and that Spanish law prevented it providing any other confirmation. 85 The second question is: what due diligence were these banks required to do by their regulators?

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