Amid the ongoing scandal over the illicit operations of Denmark's Dankse Bank, Latvian Prime Minister Krisjanis Karins is calling for a wider scope of supervisory authority over lenders to fight money laundering.
“The EU should “seriously consider adding anti-money laundering to the ECB’s remit,” said Karins.
In an interview with the Financial Time, the newly-elected Karins also referred to a scandal involving ABLV, Latvia’s third-biggest lender, which led US authorities to accuse the bank of ...
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