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MessagePosté le: Jeu 5 Déc - 00:15 (2013)    Sujet du message: TOUS AUX ABRIS : FED, JP MORGAN .. Répondre en citant

China Is Firm on Air Zone but Offers Biden Reassurances By MARK LANDLER
During a visit by Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr., China said the new zone, which has ignited tensions with Japan, was permanent, but indicated no decision had been made on how aggressively to enforce it.


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MessagePosté le: Lun 9 Déc - 16:13 (2013)    Sujet du message: TOUS AUX ABRIS : FED, JP MORGAN .. Répondre en citant

US-Japanese Militarism and China’s Air-Defense Identification Zone (ADIZ) over Disputed Islets. Pretext for Another Pacific War? By Yoichi Shimatsu, December 07, 2013


The White House refusal to recognize China’s new air-defense identification zone (ADIZ) is a knee-jerk reaction that reveals an astounding ignorance of historical, legal and geopolitical issues in Asia and the Pacific.


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JPMorgan ‘ready to settle Madoff claims’ CEO says bank wants to put legal troubles behind it

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J.P. Morgan to Pay Over $1 Billion to Settle U.S. Criminal Probe Related to Madoff

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http://www.melvineenaction.com/U.S/la-bombe-a-retardement-de-la-dette-junk-…

Les faillites et la cacophonie sur le taper de la Fed sont un mélange toxique. Et les pertes s’accumulent.

Les investisseurs en obligations municipales, un groupe conservateur désireux d'éviter les montagnes russes et les récits à suspens, sont bouleversés. Et ils se retirent des fonds obligataires muni à des taux record, pendant qu'ils le peuvent encore, sans perdre leurs chemises. Jusqu'à présent cette année, ils ont retiré 52,8 milliards $. Dans le seul troisième trimestre, alors que les rendements étaient à la hausse suite à la cacophonie de la Fed sur le tapering et comme la valeur des obligations faiblissait, les sorties nettes de fonds Muni ont atteint 32milliards $, qui, selon Thomson Reuters, a été plus que sur une année entière. (Cf : Puerto Rico : Vents préoccupants)


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La prochaine crise financière: Junk Bonds


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MessagePosté le: Ven 27 Déc - 22:25 (2013)    Sujet du message: TOUS AUX ABRIS : FED, JP MORGAN .. Répondre en citant

J.P. Morgan subpoena on Madoff not enforced

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On Defensive, JPMorgan Hired China’s Elite By BEN PROTESS and JESSICA SILVER-GREENBERG
Emails and other confidential documents suggest that competitive pressures drove many of the decisions by JPMorgan Chase that are now under federal investigation.


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JPMorgan Halts Latvia Dollar Deals After Probes, Group Says By Aaron Eglitis Jan 2, 2014 4:53 PM GMT+0100

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Why Did the Justice Department Kill the Madoff Subpoena Against JPMorgan?

By Pam Martens: December 31, 2013






Since December 16, major business media have failed to dig deeper into a potentially blockbuster story involving the Justice Department’s refusal to honor a Wall Street regulator’s request for a subpoena against JPMorgan Chase to obtain Madoff related documents the firm was refusing to turn over. JPMorgan Chase was Madoff’s banker for the last 22 years of his fraud. The Trustee in charge of recovering funds for Madoff’s victims, Irving Picard, said in a filing to the U.S. Supreme Court this Fall that JPMorgan stood “at the very center of Madoff’s fraud for over 20 years.”
It’s a big story when a serial miscreant like JPMorgan – which has promised its regulators to change its jaded ways in exchange for settlements – risks obstruction of justice charges by denying one of its key regulators internal documents. It becomes an explosive story when the Justice Department, the highest law enforcement agency in the land and the regulator’s only source of help in enforcing a subpoena for the documents, sides with the serial miscreant instead of the regulator.
The story began on December 16 when Scott Cohn of CNBC posted a story with this headline: “Feds Probe JPMorgan Interference in Madoff Case.” The article revealed that the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), a JPMorgan Chase regulator and part of the U.S. Treasury Department, had been so riled by JPMorgan’s refusal to turn over documents related to what its employees knew about the Madoff fraud that it referred the matter to the Treasury Department’s Inspector General.
The article quotes Richard Delmar, legal counsel to the Inspector General, who explains that “This office was looking into allegations made by JPMC’s regulator, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) that its oversight of the bank was being impeded, specifically with respect to the bank’s provision of banking services to Madoff.”
The Inspector General’s office clearly believed there was merit to the OCC’s claim because it issued its own administrative subpoena for the documents, according to the CNBC story. JPMorgan refused that request as well, leading the Inspector General to ask the Justice Department to enforce the subpoena – a request it refused to honor.
When the Justice Department refused to enforce this subpoena, it went against not one, or two, but three sets of investigators who had found a serious basis for suspecting JPMorgan of wrongdoing in the Madoff fraud.


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Une de plus :

J.P. Morgan to pay $2 billion over Madoff case



By Dan Fitzpatrick
U.S. prosecutors and regulators are expected to announce this week that J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. will pay slightly more than $2 billion in penalties for alleged failures to warn about Bernard L. Madoff's massive fraud, said people familiar with the negotiations.
The federal actions, which are expected to include a deferred-prosecution agreement with Manhattan U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara, could be announced as early as Tuesday, these people said.
The bulk of the fines are expected to be routed to victims of Mr. Madoff, who pleaded guilty to charges he ran a decadeslong Ponzi scheme that bilked investors out of billions of dollars. Penalties paid to the Justice Department are expected to form the largest chunk of the total -- an amount greater than $1.5 billion, these people said.
The rest will be paid to the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency and the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, both of which are part of the Treasury Department.
The OCC action is expected to highlight larger control weaknesses beyond the bank's dealings with Mr. Madoff, who had a two-decade-long relationship with J.P. Morgan before his arrest in December 2008. The OCC is the bank's primary regulator.
The Justice Department, OCC, Financial Crimes Enforcement Network and J.P. Morgan declined to comment.
The penalties would be the latest in a string of legal settlements for the largest U.S. bank, which agreed in late 2013 to pay out nearly $20 billion to end an array of lawsuits and investigations relating to past mortgage bond sales and the 2012 "London whale" trading debacle. It set aside third-quarter 2012 legal reserves of $9 billion and told investors that $23 billion was on hand to absorb future settlements and lawsuits.
J.P. Morgan is due to report fourth-quarter 2013 earnings on Jan. 14. Bank officials were hoping to get the Madoff settlements done before the release of earnings, said a person close to the bank. Final agreements with prosecutors and regulators weren't complete as of Sunday night, said another person close to the talks.
Last month, J.P. Morgan Chief Executive Officer James Dimon referenced the Madoff case while discussing the strategy behind the recent spate of settlements. "You read about Madoff in the paper the other day," he said at a Goldman Sachs Financial Services Conference in New York. "We have got to get some of these things behind us so we can do our job. Our job is to serve clients around the world. That's our job. So I want to get it behind us."
Prosecutors with the U.S. attorney's office and the Federal Bureau of Investigation have been looking into whether J.P. Morgan failed to alert regulators about Mr. Madoff's activities despite numerous red flags. A central component of their case is why the bank didn't provide a formal report raising concerns about Mr. Madoff in the U.S. despite filing such a document with authorities in the U.K. An FBI spokesman declined to comment.
Federal law requires banks to file a suspicious-activity report, or SAR, when they "detect certain known or suspected violations of federal law or suspicious transactions." There were roughly 1.6 million such reports filed in 2012, the most recent year for which federal data are available. J.P. Morgan alone typically files 150,000 to 200,000 such reports each year.
The definition of suspicious activity is vague and forces banks to use discretion in filing these reports, according to legal experts.
J.P. Morgan has said previously that it didn't know about or participate in the Madoff fraud. But in recent months the bank began discussing a deferred-prosecution agreement with the U.S. attorney's office that would resolve the investigation, said people close to the talks. Under such a pact, companies typically pay a penalty and prosecutors file charges that are dismissed after a set period if the company lives up to certain conditions.
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MessagePosté le: Lun 6 Jan - 16:20 (2014)    Sujet du message: TOUS AUX ABRIS : FED, JP MORGAN .. Répondre en citant

JPMorgan Chase condamnée dans l'affaire Madoff

 
Le Monde.fr avec AFP | 06.01.2014 à 10h46 • Mis à jour le 06.01.2014 à 11h11
 
La banque d'affaires américaine JPMorgan Chase, établissement financier utilisé par l'escroc Bernard Madoff, a accepté de verser quelque 2 milliards de dollars aux autorités fédérales, menées par le procureur de Manhattan Preet Bharara et l'agence de régulation bancaire OCC (Office of the Comptroller of the Currency) pour éviter les poursuites, rapportent lundi 6 janvier le Wall Street Journal et leNew York Times
JPMorgan était accusée par les autorités d'avoir ignoré des indices qui auraient permis de mettre un terme plus rapidement aux méfaits de M. Madoff, auteur de la plus grosse escroquerie de l'histoire. Le montant de la transaction se situe dans la fourchette haute des sommes évoquées ces dernières semaines par la presse américaine. L'essentiel en sera reversé aux victimes de M. Madoff.
La première banque américaine en terme d'actifs a aussi accepté de reconnaîtrela véracité des accusations qui lui étaient adressées et promis de s'amender. Fait exceptionnel pour un établissement de cette taille, JPMorgan va se retrouver « en conditionnelle », la justice américaine pouvant relancer une procédure contre elle au cas où elle devrait de nouveau errer, affirme le New York Times. Avec cette nouvelle amende, JPMorgan aura payé quelque 20 milliards de dollars de pénalités au cours des douze derniers mois pour essayer de se sortir de sesmultiples affaires judiciaires, note le NYT.
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JPMorgan Nears a Deal in a Case Tied to Madoff Scheme By JESSICA SILVER-GREENBERG and BEN PROTESS

The expected $2 billion deal between federal authorities and JPMorgan Chase would settle a case in which the bank is suspected of ignoring signs of Bernard L. Madoff’s Ponzi scheme.


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J.P. Morgan to Pay $1.7 Billion to Victims of Madoff Fraud

J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. will pay $1.7 billion to the victims of Bernard L. Madoff’s massive fraud as part of a record settlement with U.S. prosecutors that resolves allegations the bank failed to provide adequate warnings about Mr. Madoff’s activities.

The deal includes a deferred prosecution agreement with Manhattan U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara. Under such a pact, criminal charges against the bank for violations of the Bank Secrecy Act will be delayed for two years pending the payments to victims and reforms of J.P. Morgan’s anti-money laundering policies. The payment is the largest ever bank forfeiture and the largest ever Justice Department penalty for a Bank Secrecy Act violation, according to federal authorities.

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