27th Jun 2022


Danske Bank's Estonian money laundering scandal grows

Far more money was sent through Danske Bank's Estonian branch than previously known, according to a new bank data leak, revealed by Danish daily Berlingske Tidende. The total amount can now be calculated at €7bn, twice as much as previously estimated. The money-laundering case has become one of the biggest known in Europe. "We take the issue very seriously," Danske Bank's chairman, Ole Andersen, earlier commented.

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