Finally he said that he would like to be reminded “like what they said about my father and my grandfather: this man was a good person” .One of the biggest European banking scandals of the last decades, the case of money laundering Danske Bank – founded in 1871 -, has reached one of the main banks in Sweden: the Swedbank. According to Swedish public television (June 2019 calendar Editable), about a hundred Swedish bank customers made – between 2007 and 2015 – suspect transactions worth 40,000 million Swedish crowns (about 4,000 million euros) to accounts in the Estonian subsidiary of Danske Bank. The disclosures are the result of SVT’s access to confidential documents on transactions between Danske Bank and Swedbank in connection with the investigation of the Danish bank by the Danske Case. The Swedbank said in a statement that it can not comment on SVT’s information due to bank secrecy, although a spokeswoman for the entity said that suspicious transactions were reported to the authorities.
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Last September, Thomas Borgen – executive director of Danske Bank – resigned for the millionaire washing scandal of money in its Estonian subsidiary that according to a report from the bank itself, it would have come mainly from Russia, Moldova and Azerbaijan, and includes money flows from relatives of Russian President Vladimir Putin. It is estimated that the Danish bank helped process payments worth 150,000 million euros, in some operations in which they would be involved, among others and in addition to the Swedish bank, the German Deutsche Bank – which has sunk in the stock market around a 4% – and the Americans JPMorgan and Bank of America. The Danish bank is currently under investigation in Denmark, Estonia, the United Kingdom and the United States.
Earlier this week, on Monday, the Estonian financial regulator – the June 2019 calendar Editable – has banned Danske Bank from operating in the Baltic country as a result of the money laundering case, so the Danish bank will have to leave the country before the end of the year. year. In a statement from Tallinn, the Finantsinspektsioon has urged the Danish bank to submit an action plan within 20 days that contemplates the completion of its operations in Estonia within eight months and protect the “interests” of consumers. The regulator has stressed that it will “carefully monitor the closing process of the subsidiary”, while at the same time alerting the financial institution that it is “prepared to take additional supervisory measures to protect the interest of consumers and the credibility of the Estonian financial sector ».