Credit: REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya NAIROBI, March 5 (Reuters) – Kenya’s chief prosecutor said it had entered into a "deferred prosecution agreement" with five commercial banks for violations of anti-money laundering laws.
The five, KCB Group KCB.NR, Equity EQTY.NR, Co-op Bank Kenya COOP.NR, StanChart Kenya SCBK.NR and Diamond Trust DTK.NR also paid a total of 385 million shillings ($3.75 million) for violating the laws, the chief prosecutor said.
($1 = 102.8000 Kenyan shillings)
(Reporting by Omar Mohammed Writing by Duncan Miriri Editing by Alexander Smith)
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