Breakdown of fines by type
Name
U.S. Mortgage
UK custome redress
Sanction
/AML
FX
Libor/int rates
Tax avoidance
London Whale
Other US litigation
Bank of America
$75,512
$455
$3,854
JPMorgan
$30,685
$1,904
$108
$1,120
$5,102
Citigroup
$12,264
$2,285
$2,445
Wells Fargo
$9,361
$878
Morgan Stanley
$4,452
Goldman
$2,040
Deutsche Bank
$1,925
$3,500
UBS
$1,385
$1,141
$1,700
$780
SunTrust
$1,288
Credit Suisse
$978
$536
$2,600
HSBC
$799
$5,263
$1,920
$618
Barclays
$280
$10,500
$298
$2,318
$628
RBS
$233
$8,231
$1,303
$1,143
Socgen
$122
$603
Bank of Tokyo
$565
BNP Paribas
$8,900
ING
$619
Lloyds
$19,686
$350
$370
Rabobank
$1,066
StanChart
$997

Notes: The total includes payouts by banks of over $100 million since 2008, as at May 21, 2015.
U.S. Mortgages based on estimates by KBW analysts and includes settlements with U.S. authorities and private parties for mortgage fraud, foreclosure malpractice, discrimination and other matters.
Other U.S. litigation based on estimates by KBW analysts and includes settlements related to misleading investors, illegal overdraft or credit card fees, energy market manipulation, securities lending and debt collection malpractice. Libor includes settlements on all interest rate products, including Libor, Euribor and ISDAfix. UK customer redress includes banks’ provisions for payment protection insurance and interest rate hedging compensation. Sanctions includes violations of U.S. sanctions and anti money laundering rules. Sources: filings by regulators and other government authorities, data from banks, and estimates of US litigation costs by analysts at KBW.