Swedbank's money laundering report vexes Swedish pension funds

Two of Sweden's largest pension funds are far from impressed with the money laundering report published by Swedbank last week.

Photo: Ritzau Scanpix/Reuters.

Last week, Gothenburg-based Swedbank published its first report to investigate whether money laundering has taken place in its Baltic branch.

The case has been a hot topic in Sweden, since Swedish media earlier this year reported that large, suspicious transactions have allegedly flowed through the bank, and that the case may be connected with Danske Bank's money laundering scandal in Estonia.

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