HSBC replaced almost all of senior management, “recovered” deferred compensation bonuses from its top AML and compliance officials, and agreed to partially defer bonus pay from its senior executives – its group chief executives and group chief executives – during DPA`s five-year period. HSBC Holdings plc (HSBC Group) – a British company headquartered in London – and HSBC Bank USA N.A. (HSBC Bank USA) (together HSBC) – a state-spread banking company, based in McLean, Virgina – will lose $1.256 billion and an agreement with the Department of Justice on deferred prosecutions for violations committed by HScrecy Act (BSA), conclude the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (IEEPA) and the Trading with the Enemy Act (TWEA). LONDON (Reuters) – HSBC HSBA. L on Monday ended his sentence for failing to combat money laundering and said the U.S. Department of Justice (DoJ) would end its agreement on deferred prosecutions and cancel the threat of new sentences. As part of the DPA, an independent compliance monitor was appointed in July 2013 to establish annual assessments of the effectiveness of the group`s anti-money laundering and sanction compliance program. Since July 2013, the monitor has also been an HSBC professional, in accordance with a 2012 instruction issued by the UK Financial Conduct Authority, and will continue to do so for a period of time, at the discretion of the ACF. In addition to the $1.256 billion loss under its Deferred Prosecution Agreement (DPA) with the Department of Justice, HSBC also agreed to pay $665 million in civil penalties – $500 million to the Office of Currency Accounts (OCC) and $165 million to the Federal Reserve – for violating the AML program. The OCC fine also satisfies a $500 million civil fine from the Financial Action Network for Financial Crimes (FinCEN). The bank`s $375 million settlement agreement with OFAC is respected by the forfeiture from the Department of Justice. The UK Financial Services Authority (FSA) applies a separate measure. Following the signing of the DPA in 2012, HSBC launched a global program to modernize its compliance systems in the United States.