Items tagged with money laundering and netherlands

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Poor IT skills mean investigations into money laundering rarely bear fruit [27.07.2020] Only a handful of the tens of thousands of annual reports of suspected money laundering end up in court case because watchdog staff lack IT expertise ...
Criminals launder €13bn a year in the Netherlands, most crime cash is Dutch [13.11.2019] At least €13bn is laundered through the Netherlands on an annual basis, with most of the money coming from Dutch criminal enterprises, according to n ...
Money launderers are taking EU to the cleaners, experts say [30.09.2018] European Union nations may boast the world's most stringent anti-money laundering rules, but recent scandals show that criminals are good at exploiti ...
ING lax on money laundering, agrees €775m out-of-court settlement [04.09.2018] The public prosecution department has reached a €775m out of court settlement with ING for failing to properly monitor money transfers for potential ...
Europe is losing the fight against dirty money [02.04.2018] Rob Wainwright, who will be leaving his post as Europol director after almost a decade, said: “One of my favorite frustrations is on financial crime ...
Rabobank to pay $369 million in money-laundering case [08.02.2018] Dutch lender Rabobank’s California unit agreed to pay $369 million to settle allegations that it lied to regulators investigating allegations of laun ...
A banker who helped hide Mexican drug money is helping U.S. prosecutors [18.12.2017] A former U.S. manager for Dutch banking giant Rabobank Groep says he helped hide possible criminal activity by clients and is assisting U.S. prosecut ...
Banks told to accept cannabis cafe customers [06.02.2009] Banks must accept cafes which sell cannabis and marijuana as clients, says finance minister Wouter Bos. The minister fears that if these businesses, ...

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