The financial supervisory authority of Sweden said it considers the disclosures regarding suspected money laundering at Swedbank presented by SVT’s program Uppdrag Granskning to be very serious and has promised to cooperate with its Baltic counterparts.
"The information from SVT confirms that there is a risk that Swedish banks are being used for money laundering, primarily in the banks that have operations in the Baltics. The disclosures are important, even if the scope of the suspected transactions in Swedbank appears to be much smaller so far in comparison to...
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