Swedbank CEO survives initial review of money laundering concerns

Jonathan Boyd
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Swedbank, the Swedish financial group, has published the first phase report into allegations of money laundering conducted through its Baltic office, with the company's board expressing continued support for CEO Brigitte Bonnesen. "After reviewing the FRA Update, the board confirms its continued confidence in the CEO and her ability to lead and manage the bank's work in the fight against money laundering. Swedbank takes its anti-money laundering responsibilities very seriously, and focuses on the continuous improvements of its ability to fight financial crime," board chair Lars Idermark ...

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Jonathan Boyd
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Jonathan Boyd

Editorial Director of Open Door Media Publishing Ltd, and Editor of InvestmentEurope.