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Judge approves Commerzbank sanctions deal

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Commerzbank and government lawyers gained federal court approval of a $1.45bn agreement to defer prosecuting the lender for violating U.S. laws, including sanctions on doing business with Iran and Sudan.

Commerzbank said poised to settle sanctions investigations

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Commerzbank is poised to put a half-decade of legal woes behind it as it prepares to settle parallel U.S. investigations into sanctions violations and allegations about the bank’s role in one of Japan’s biggest accounting scandals, according to two people familiar with the matter.

Commerzbank on the rise

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Commerzbank's third-quarter net profit tripled to 225 million euros as earnings in its retail and corporate banking units rose and costs for bad loans fell, in a sign that the bank's turnaround plan was gaining traction.

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Judge approves Commerzbank sanctions deal

Commerzbank and government lawyers gained federal court approval of a $1.45bn agreement to defer prosecuting the lender for violating U.S. laws, including sanctions on doing business with Iran and Sudan.