Citigroup to be first US bank investigated for involvement in FIFA corruption scandal
Citigroup announced that the company has been issued a subpoena from US investigators who are attempting to track the money trail of the FIFA corruption scandal that made headlines last year. Senior FIFA officials allegedly transferred $150 million in bribes using US banks, namely Citigroup, JPMorgan Chase, and Bank of America.
See the following visualizations which highlight the broker dealers with the most public disclosures, as well as additional figures relevant to the FIFA scandal.
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Broker Dealers with the Most Public Disclosures
Citigroup Inc. (C) vs. S&P 500 Percent Change Over Time – 1 Year
Big Banks Q4 Revenue 2014 vs. 2015
Growth in Banking Regulatory Fines (2008 – 2015)
FIFA World Cup Attendance Over Time