Denmark’s Largest Bank Took Two Years to Close Accounts of Blacklisted Russian Clients

Denmark’s largest bank, Danske Bank, reportedly knew that some of its Estonian branch’s clients were on the Russian government’s blacklist but did not close their accounts for two years. The bank is currently being probed by three countries over $150 billion money laundering allegations.

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