Barclays pays £194m to settle US probe

Laura Miller
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Barclays has so far paid £194m to settle a US-led probe into payments made to countries or people on a sanctions list.

Barclays has been conducting an internal review into the payments and is reporting its findings to US government investigators. The disclosure was buried deep in the bank's 126-page report on its interim...

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