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BaFin Fines Commerzbank €1.45 Million for Anti-Money Laundering Failures

German financial regulator BaFin has imposed a fine of 1.45 million euros ($1.55 million) on Commerzbank for failing to adhere to anti-money laundering regulations, it announced on Monday. 

The fine relates to violations involving both Commerzbank AG and the former comdirect Bank AG, with Commerzbank AG now being the universal successor. 

“Commerzbank AG and the former comdirect Bank AG, of which Commerzbank AG is the universal successor, had breached their supervisory duties,” the regulator stated. 

BaFin highlighted that the bank’s lapses included not updating customer data promptly and failing to implement adequate security measures, leading to insufficient due diligence in three instances. 

Commerzbank did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

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