Financial institutions have paid more than $150bn in fines in the US relating to the credit crisis a decade ago. Ben McLannahan discusses the rising settlements bill and where the money has gone with Kara Scannell, the FT's senior US financial correspondent. Music by Kevin MacLeod

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