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UK bank NatWest pleads guilty to money laundering charges

UK bank NatWest pleads guilty to money laundering charges



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  1. I wonder how the F is this possible? Then they block accounts for people who move in an out a few thousand pounds. Here a bloody 400 000 000. This requires a large scale of criminal prospections for corruption tbh.

  2. tldr; UK’s NatWest has pleaded guilty to failing to prevent the laundering of almost £400 million ($544 million) between 2012 and 2016. The bank, formerly Royal Bank of Scotland, is the first in the UK to admit to such an offence and said it “deeply regrets” its failings. The client at the heart of the case is collapsed Bradford-based gold dealership Fowler Oldfield, which was closed down in 2016.

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