Deutsche Bank is hoping to strike a deal with US authorities to reduce a proposed fine for selling toxic mortgage-backed securities.
Manipulated elections undermine confidence in democracy. Yet digital electoral systems are frighteningly vulnerable to attacks. The solution is surprisingly simple.
An EU Commissioner called it "the biggest scandal in Europe today." The Danske Bank-Russia money laundering affair is a shock for many in Denmark — for high-end UK realtors it's just a supply chain glitch.
German financial regulator BaFin has formally ordered Deutsche Bank to do more to prevent money laundering and terrorist financing, taking the unprecedented step of appointing a monitor to oversee the lender's efforts.
Roughly €200 billion worth of "suspicious" transactions were taken care of by the Danish bank's branch in Estonia. The branch was reportedly known for laundering money for Russian President Vladimir Putin's family.
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