While it may be bad form to name banks that are accepting large sums of money from Corrupt PEPs, Rafael Guardia Jaén, the former director of Panama's National Assistance Program (PAN), who admitted that he stole at least $60m (and it may be as high as $120m), has no such reservation. Jaén named and shamed all the local Panama City banks that gleefully accepted his dirty money, when he was interrogated. Given that you know the source of the information, you may want to consider whether it is prudent to accept wire transfers, or in fact have any contact with the Panama banks named by this individual. The image below identifies the banks he stated that made deposits into.
In case your vision does not allow you to extract the names above:
Global Bank, Banco General, Unibank, Banesco, St. Georges Bank, Banistmo, Banco Ficohsa