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Billions In Dirty Money Went To US: Danske Whistleblower

Law360, London (November 21, 2018, 11:49 AM GMT) -- Almost all the alleged €200 billion ($230 billion) of dirty money that flowed through Danske Bank’s tiny Estonian branch passed through banks in the U.S., the whistleblower at the center of the affair said Wednesday.

As much as 90 percent of the alleged €200 billion ($230 billion) of dirty money that flowed through Danske Bank’s Estonian branch passed through lenders in the U.S, a whistleblower says. (AP) Howard Wilkinson, a Briton who served as head of Danske Bank’s trading unit in the Baltic region from 2007 until 2014, told a public hearing at the European Parliament in Brussels that authorities should...

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