Sri Lankan police have arrested two people after a Taiwanese bank said hackers stole about $60 million and wired the cash to accounts in Asia and the U.S., the latest cyberheist to afflict the global financial system.

Far Eastern International Bank’s computer systems were attacked by malware that affected several transactions and has since been removed, the Taipei-based lender said in a statement. The money was sent via the Swift network to accounts in Cambodia, Sri Lanka and the U.S., and about $46 million has been recovered, Chief Executive Vice President Lin Jiann-jong said Thursday. Any losses are unlikely to exceed $500,000, Lin said.

Sri Lankan police arrested a suspect last week when he tried to withdraw funds, spokesman Ruwan Gunasekera said. Further investigations revealed that the suspect passed on money to another person, who surrendered to police this week in possession of $13,000, Gunasekera said.

The incident follows the theft of $81 million from Bangladesh’s central bank last year, which prompted Swift – the interbank messaging system used for money transfers – to develop measures to help lenders defend against cyberattacks.

Two Taiwanese investigators and an official from Far Eastern International arrived in Sri Lanka on Wednesday to probe the matter, according to Gunasekera. Taiwan’s Criminal Investigation Bureau believes hackers may have controlled the bank’s systems through servers in nations including the Netherlands and the U.S.