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Danske Bank is accused of money laundering


On November 28th, 2018, the Danish Prosecutor’s Office for Major Economic and International Crimes filed charges against Danske Bank for violating the Money Laundering Prevention Act.

The official charges concerning to activity of Estonian branch of Danske Bank with respect to which is investigation held since 01 February, 2007 till the end of January, 2016 because it is turned out that Estonian branch transferred $ 230 billion from Russia and other countries of the former USSR.

The bank is accused of not conducting a proper risk assessment, know-your-customer procedure and establishing the final beneficiaries as well as politically exposed persons in process of working with the Estonian representative office.

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