The logo of Standard Chartered is seen at its new Singapore office at the Marina Bay Financial CentreBy Karen Freifeld and Steve Slater NEW YORK/LONDON (Reuters) – Standard Chartered Plc has warned it faces another fine from New York’s financial regulator for problems in its anti-money laundering controls, piling more pressure on the Asia-focused bank and its bosses. The monitoring was imposed in 2012 after StanChart was fined $667 million by U.S. regulators for breaking U.S. sanctions by hiding transactions linked to Iran so they would not be detected, which rocked the bank and heralded a series of problems in the last two years. Chief Executive Peter Sands said the latest issues, which were spotted by the New York regulator’s monitor Ellen Zimiles, were related to computer surveillance faults and were less serious than those it previously had to contend with. He said the financial penalty should be less than the $340 million the bank paid to the New York regulator in 2012.


A small fire damaged part of a Bill Miller BBQ restaurant on the Northwest Side late Tuesday night.
San Antonio fire crews responded to a call for a fire just before midnight at the restaurant in the 8800 block of Huebner Road near Babcock.
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