The Scandinavian bank Nordea may also be involved in a money laundering affair. The Finnish public broadcaster Yle reveals in a program on Monday how the group would have processed hundreds of millions of euros in suspicious flows. This is stated in an announcement on the Yle website.
The details of the broadcast are not yet known. Nordea CEO Casper von Koskull will appear on Monday night in another TV program, where he will also talk about money laundering.
Nordea said in a comment that he was aware of the broadcast of Yle. The bank was previously faced with fines from financial supervisors in Sweden due to the exceeding of money laundering rules.
Scandinavian banks are more likely to be in the news recently in connection with money laundering. Last year it was announced that Danske Bank had processed billions of euros of dubious money flows from 2007 to 2014. Recently, a TV program on Swedish television Swedbank accused of involvement in the money laundering scandal at Danske.