Generative Design Market Size, Share Research 2020, Business Opportunity, Global Trend, Future Growth, Key Findings and Forecast to 2023

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Aug 31, 2020 (The Expresswire) —
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About Generative Design market:

The availability of trial or free versions of generative design is one of the critical factors that will trigger the growth of the global generative design market during the forecast period. Trial versions have limited features

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HSBC money laundering report: Key findings

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HSBC operates in more than 80 countries around the world

Failure after failure at HSBC led to the London-based bank being used as a conduit for “drug kingpins and rogue nations”, a 300-page report compiled for a US Senate committee and has found.

The July 2012 report and investigations by US authorities led to the UK-based bank being fined almost $2bn for failing to stop criminals using its banking systems to launder money.

Here we summarise some of the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigation’s main findings against HSBC.

Mexican drug barons

Despite HSBC Mexico (HSMX) operating in a country “under siege from drug crime, violence and money laundering” it had inadequate money laundering controls.

Between 2007-8, for example, HBMX shipped $7bn to HSBC’s US operation, more than any other HSBC affiliate.

Mexican and US authorities expressed concern that drug traffickers were able to circumvent the anti-money laundering controls

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