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Silvergate Bank didn’t adequately monitor $1 trillion in crypto transactions, SEC says

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Silvergate Bank, once a cornerstone of the crypto financial world until its collapse in early 2023, defrauded its investors by lying about its anti-money laundering controls and misleading investors about how the fallout from the FTX collapse would affect it, the Securities and Exchange Commission says in a lawsuit. Also named in the suit were the company’s chief executive officer, chief risk officer, and chief financial officer.

Silvergate agreed to pay $50 million to settle the charges, without admitting or denying the allegations, the SEC said in a statement. CEO Alan Lane and CRO Kathleen Fraher also settled for $1 million and $250,000 each.

Silvergate said it had an effective anti-money laundering (AML) program tailored specifically…

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