Miami-based Ocean Bank faces a nearly $11 million fine to settle charges it turned a blind eye to drug traffickers allegedly using the bank to launder money.

The settlement — which prosecutors, investigators and numerous regulators announced concurrently — was a stunning indictment of the $3.6 billion-asset bank's anti-money laundering efforts.

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