Exclusive: Standard Chartered, Regulators In Settlement Talks

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(Reuters) - Standard Chartered is in talks with multiple law-enforcement officials, including New York's banking regulator, to resolve a probe into improper Iranian money transactions by the British bank, according to people familiar with the situation.

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