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The CEO of Denmark's Biggest Bank is Out After a Money Laundering Scandal that May Have involved up to $235 Billion of Payments

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  • CEO of Denmark's largest bank steps down over Estonian money laundering scandal.
  • Thomas Borgen resigned after an investigation into the scandal which could have impacted €200 billion ($234 billion) of transactions.
  • Danske Bank has so far identified 6,200 customers who may have been involved in suspicious activity, undertaken via its Estonian branch...
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