Information of the whistleblower who alerted Danske Bank in 2013 indicates that top management was aware of far more serious conditions than the bank has previously indicated.

By Eva Jung, Simon Bendtsen, Michael Lund

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Family members of Russia’s President Putin and FSB, the Russian intelligence service, were allegedly behind efforts to launder money through Denmark’s biggest bank, claims a whistleblower who alerted top management at Danske Bank in 2013. This information, which has only now come to light, indicates that top management was aware of far more serious conditions than the bank has previously indicated.