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Shinhan Bank Is Sued By Staffer Who Complained of Money Laundering Weakness

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Jan 2 – South Korean Shinhan Bank's New York subsidiary has been sued an employee who says he was fired after refusing to cover up money laundering deficiencies at the bank.   

Gu Seon Song filed his lawsuit on December 30 in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, where Inner City Press found it in the docket that same day.

  The plaintiff describes Shinhan as lagging behind in remedial projects it promised to the FDIC, and Tae Won Suh being dispatch from South Korea to clean up the mess. But Suh ordered Song to cover it up and he refused and was fired.

   Gu has sued for a Depository Institution Employee Protection Remedy.

The case is Song v. Shinhan Bank America, 21-cv-11207 (Unassigned)


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