Danske Bank Names New Head for Financial Crimes Amid Charges Against Ex-Bank Managers
Danske Bank named Satnam Lehal to head its financial crime unit Wednesday as 10 former bank managers were charged in connection with laundering $230 billion in Russian money at its Estonia branch between 2007 and 2015.
Amid a flurry of charges against former bank managers in one of the world’s largest money laundering scandals, Denmark’s Danske Bank on Wednesday named Satnam Lehal to head its financial crime unit, starting in July.
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