TAIPEI, Sept 2 Mega Financial Holding's
new chairman said on Friday the state-run bank will
strengthen its risk management and look into what had happened
that led to its New York branch being fined $180 million for
anti-money laundering violations.
"There are lots of doubts about us. We'll do whatever we can
to find out what has happened," Michael C. S. Chang said at a
Chang was appointed by the finance ministry on Thursday, one
day after his predecessor Shiu Kuang-si resigned.
(Reporting by Faith Hung; Editing by Stephen Coates)