Private Eye Portrays Criminality As Rampant At Troubled Bank

Law360, London (April 3, 2019, 11:25 PM BST) -- So much evidence of criminality piled up at a Tanzanian bank ultimately shut out of the U.S. financial system for money laundering that an investigator hired to clear the bank's name testified Wednesday he expected the "doors might be kicked in" by law enforcement.

During the High Court trial on Wednesday, investigator Nigel Brown expressed confidence in the evidence of criminality he and his colleague had uncovered at Tanzania-based FBME Bank Ltd., including the bank's connections to terrorists and a dealer of child pornography. Brown and a colleague are fighting the bank's suit claiming they breached their confidentiality obligations by taking...

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