Danske Bank in Estonia enters liquidation

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Danske Bank in Estonia enters liquidation 1

Danske Bank says its Estonian branch, which was involved in a 200 billion-euro money laundering scandal, has entered liquidation after.

Danske Bank’s Executive Vice President Frederik Bjoern said that “Danske Bank has now essentially closed all banking activities in Estonia in accordance with the plan agreed with the Estonian FSA.”

The money laundering scandal is one of the largest of its kind. It involved dirty money being funneled from 2007 to 2015 mainly from Russia.

Last week, the Police and Border Guard Board (PPA) have confirmed that the body of former Danske Bank CEO Aivar Rehe has been found. 

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