Shares of Standard Chartered fall after allegations made over involvement in Iranian money laundering
A man smokes outside the Standard Chartered bank's offices on August 7, 2012 in London, England. Standard and Chartered has been accused by American financial investigators of making billions of pounds worth of transactions with the Iranian regime, despite strict economic sanctions being in place. (Getty Images)
Twenty years ago the Dubai-based business tycoon watched his parents flee the Rwanda genocide having lost everything — again. Today, the company he started to help get his family back on their feet is a monstrous conglomerate in 22 African countries.