HSBC Whistleblower on Uncovering Fraud
For at least half a decade, HSBC helped to wash hundreds of billions of dollars for drug mobs, including Mexico's Sinaloa drug cartel, as well as move money for terrorist organizations linked to Al Qaeda and Hezbollah and for Russian gangsters. Furthermore, HSBC helped countries like Iran, the Sudan and North Korea evade sanctions. And, while serving murderers, terrorists and rogue states, HSBC aided countless common tax cheats in hiding their cash.
Everett Stern was pivotal in uncovering this huge fraud and money laundering scheme, which among other things, resulted in HSBC in 2012 being fined $1.9B - the largest fine to date by the U.S. Justice Department. In a rare appearance, Stern will share undisclosed information about what happened inside HSBC during this extraordinary event and what is happening now.
Attend to learn:
- How HSBC created a fake AML program that led to a $1.9B penalty;
- How terrorist organizations and drug cartels are being allowed to use our own financial system to harm American interests;
- How one individual can be the difference in exposing fraud in even the largest of organizations.