HSBC Chief Compliance Officer Quits in Front of U.S. Senate Committee as Bank Is Accused
HSBC chief quits in front of U.S. Senate committee as bank is accused of ‘letting Mexican gangs launder $7 billion and working with Saudi bank linked to terrorism’
David Bagley has been HSBC’s Chief Compliance Officer since 2002 and was mentioned throughout the Senate report on drug money laundering.
Way to exit stage left. At least he is not shirking responsibility.