EBA Takes AML Spotlight With New Powers In Danske Probe
Law360, London (February 27, 2019, 6:36 PM GMT) -- Just two months after winning powers to become Europe's top anti-money laundering enforcer, the European Banking Authority has already fired a warning shot that should make lenders take notice: A marquee investigation into possible regulatory failures that allowed Danske Bank to process some €200 billion in suspicious transactions over nearly a decade without facing scrutiny.
The European Union’s newly anointed watchdog for money laundering, the European Banking Authority, has made quick use of its power to examine whether Danish and Estonian regulators broke EU law in allowing Danske Bank to process €200 billion in suspicious transactions. (AP) In addition to a series of...
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