Immigrants From Latin America and Africa Squeezed as Banks Curtail International Money Transfers

Under regulatory pressure, many banks are ending or limiting money transfers, most likely meaning higher costs for immigrants sending money home.

Source: dealbook.nytimes.com

This is not comforting on any level. Big Banks’ effect will trickle down to the smaller banks. 

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