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Ex-Danske CEO Borgen charged over money laundering case

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Ex-Danske CEO Borgen charged over money laundering case

Ex-Danske CEO Borgen charged over money laundering case

According to Reuters, Danish prosecutors have charged Thomas Borgen, former chief executive of Danske Bank, over his involvement in one of the world’s biggest money laundering scandals.

Borgen is the first person to be charged in a case that involves suspicious transactions of some 200 billion euros that passed through Danske Bank’s Estonian branch.

Denmark’s biggest bank is being investigated by authorities in several other countries including the United States, where it could face major fines.

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