232 professional investors demand EUR 803m from Danske Bank: We are prepared to negotiate

US-based law firm Grant & Eisenhofer, which has filed a legal claim against Danske Bank on behalf of 232 international investors via the City Court of Copenhagen, is prepared to take the case to the Danish Supreme Court to compensate investors. Danske Bank's decision not to negotiate puzzles Director Olav Haazen.

Olav Haazen from American law firm Grant & Eisenhofer has filed a legal claim against Danske Bank via the City Court of Copenhagen on behalf of 232 international investors. | Photo: PR

Danske Bank's money-laundering scandal in Estonia and investors' demands for compensation continue to grow.

On late Monday night, AMWatch's sister media, FinansWatch, reported how law firms Grant & Eisenhofer and DRRT are expanding their legal claim from March with an additional 64 investors and a claim for compensation totaling EUR 803m.

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