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BRIEF-Credit Agricole to pay $787 mln, enter deferred prosecution agreements to resolve US probes
October 20, 2015 / 4:07 PM / 2 years ago

BRIEF-Credit Agricole to pay $787 mln, enter deferred prosecution agreements to resolve US probes

Oct 20 (Reuters) - Credit Agricole Sa * credit agricole to pay $787 mln and enter deferred prosecution agreements to resolve u.s. probes of sanctions-busting -- u.s. authorities * credit agricole subsidiaries moved hundreds of millions of dollars through u.s. on behalf of clients in sudan, iran, cuba and myanmar -- manhattan district attorney * credit agricole subsidiary charged with conspiring to defraud u.s., violating international emergency economic powers act and trading with the enemy act *credit agricole subsidiary accepts responsibility for criminal conduct -- u.s. attorney in washington * new york banking regulator says will take action to terminate unidentified managing director who it says was central to improper conduct

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