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Still think bitcoin is the culprit? Top British bank, NatWest admitted to facilitating the laundering of a whopping $554 million.

Still think bitcoin is the culprit? Top British bank, NatWest admitted to facilitating the laundering of a whopping $554 million.



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  1. Failed to adequately monitor. My God. How many billable lawyer hours did it take before that corrupt bitch Allison Rose felt she could spew that shit while keeping a straight face at the same time. Bankers. Lawyers. Politicians. Truly the worst examples of misplaced intellect.

  2. tldr; NatWest Bank has pleaded guilty to three counts of failing to monitor the accounts of its UK incorporated customer, Fowler Oldfield, a jewelry wholesaler which deposited over $500 million in cash into its accounts. The bank is scheduled to face sentencing in December, with a fine of up to $462.2 million. NatWest Bank CEO Alison Rose said, “We deeply regret that NatWest failed to adequately monitor and therefore prevent

    *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

  3. This reminds of some of the top Banks in Denmark have been caught money laundering a few billion as well. Yet the government it illegal for normal cityzen to have more than 20.000 DKK(about 3500usd i believe) in cash to “Combat money laundry”…

    Its insane.

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