The story so far: this week, the DFS cited Standard Chartered with $250 billion in illegal money-laundered transactions with the government of Iran. It’s only the latest in a series of money laundering revelations at the world’s major financial institutions, something that can only be described as epidemic. These have been resolved by global financial regulators by either ignoring it or setting up some predetermined settlement. But Lawsky didn’t get the memo. He filed the complaint and set up a court date for next week with Standard Chartered, with the ultimate goal of taking away their ability to do business in the state.