the bank has had serious shortcomings in its efforts to combat money laundering. Damage has been widespread, systemic and persisted over a long period of time, said financial supervisory authority director-general, mr Erik Thedéen, at a press conference on Thursday evening.
the bank is a warning from the financial supervisory authority's (sfsa), and will be forced to pay four million dollars in penalty.
" the bank has failed in dealing with our customers, our shareholders and society's trust. There is a problem and a very serious one, " says the bank's president and chief executive officer, Jens Henriksson, in a press release issued late in the evening.
an Inspection has come to the conclusion that the bank was well aware of the risks and problems associated with money laundering in the Baltic region. There have been several internal and external reports that have warned of the flaws of the baltic subsidiaries,” according to the FI, but the bank has not taken sufficient action in good time.
how is Our business to live up to the requirements of the penningtvättsregelverken, and came to the conclusion that the bank failed there as well.
"The deficiencies, supervisory authorities notifies will be handled and dealt with without undue delay, to the extent they have not already been corrected," says Jens Henriksson, on the bank's news release.
DN is looking for: Jens Henriksson for an interview.<