Bank of Credit and Commerce International

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A large international bank that operated in many countries, whose collapse in 1991 with a multi-billion pound shortage of funds provoked widespread suspicion of false bookkeeping and money-laundering, and widespread concern about the adequacy of supervision arrangements for international banks.

Subjects: Economics.

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