Danske Bank CEO Steps Down Over Money Laundering Scandal
Wednesday, 19 September 2018 Danske Bank A/S's Chief Executive Thomas Borgen resigned on Wednesday after the Danish lender announced the results of an internal probe relating to a money-laundering scandal in its branch in Estonia that involved payments of about 200 billion euros. Danske Bank said its investigation covered about 15,000 customers and a total of around 9.5 million payments through the branch.
Danske Bank’s chief executive Thomas Borgen resigned on Wednesday after a investigation revealed payments totalling 200 billion euros ($234 billion) through its Estonian branch, many of which the bank said were suspicious. Rosanna Philpott reports.
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