"It is possible that [Deutsche Bank] will be fined."

--Dong Soon Park, an official at the banking examination department 2 at the Financial Supervisory Service in Seoul, commenting on what could happen to Deutsche Bank if evidence comes to light that more of its Korea-based employees are involved in a alleged bribery scandal.

  • 10 Sep 2004
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"It is possible that [Deutsche Bank] will be fined."--Dong Soon Park, an official at the banking examination department 2 at theFinancial Supervisory Servicein Seoul, commenting on what could happen toDeutsche Bankif evidence comes to light that more of its Korea-based employees are involved in a alleged bribery scandal.

  • 10 Sep 2004

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