30 investors prepare to sue Danske Bank

Investors from the US, Great Britain and Germany intend to sue Danske Bank following the money laundering scandal.

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Over summer or in early fall, yet another coalition of international, institutional investors will sue Danske Bank, following the money laundering scandal.

This has been confirmed, as the first deadline to register as a plaintiff with Belgian consultancy firm Deminor Recovery Services was on June 1, writes Danish daily Børsen.

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