EBA probes alleged AML failings by Danish and Estonian authorities

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The European Banking Authority has opened a formal investigation into possible failures by the Danish and Estonian authorities in enforcing anti-money laundering (AML) regulations against Danske Bank.

The EBA was asked to look at the Danish and Estonian financial supervisory authorities by the European Commission, it announced on February 19. The two authorities responded by making serious criticisms of each other’s conduct in the case. 

The EBA has been carrying out informal inquiries into

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