On 18 November 2014, the DFS published a consent order setting out the findings against Tokyo Mitsubishi UFA, which included that compliance offers of the bank had pressured PriceWaterhouseCoopers into removing key warnings to regulators in a report submitted to the DFS (the “DFS Report”). In its response, Tokyo Mitsubishi UFA noted that it had submitted the DFS Report voluntarily and remained committed to “conducting business with the  highest levels of integrity and regulatory compliance”.