Estonian and Danish authorities trade accusations as further AML scandal breaks

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The Estonian and Danish supervisory authorities continued to accuse each other of failing to properly supervise a local bank accused of money-laundering, as authorities in the region opened another investigation into similar accusations.

Swedish, Estonian and Lithuanian supervisory authorities announced a joint investigation on February 21 into local media allegations that a commercial bank was carrying out large-scale money laundering.

The news is the latest round of allegations that banks

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