Danske Bank A/S has publicly acknowledged that it is engaged in dialogue with US authorities regarding alleged money laundering through the bank’s branch in Tallinn, Estonia. In a press release noting that criminal investigations are ongoing in Estonia and Denmark as well, the bank stated that it has received requests for information from the United States Department of Justice about the matter, and that it is cooperating with the authorities.
October 4, 2018
Danish bank discloses possible US anti-money laundering investigation
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