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Is bitcoin growing up? Regulated futures boom as investors seek a safer ride

Is bitcoin growing up? Regulated futures boom as investors seek a safer ride
LONDON (Reuters) - When bitcoin was born it was a symbol of counterculture, a rebel currency with near-anonymity and a lack of regulation. A decade later, there are growing signs it’s entering the establishment its creators sought to subvert.As the ...

A Wells Fargo personal banker pleaded guilty to helping launder millions of dollars for ...

A Wells Fargo personal banker pleaded guilty to helping launder millions of dollars for drug traffickers like the Sinaloa cartel
A Wells Fargo personal banker pleaded guilty on Thursday to knowingly opening bank accounts for people working with the Sinaloa cartel. Thirty-year-old Luis Figueroa of Tijuana admitted he took part in the money-laundering scheme that stretched across the US....

Tax authorities mount raids on 19 German banks and homes

Tax authorities mount raids on 19 German banks and homes
Tax authorities mount raids on 19 German banks and homes.  Investigation is linked to Panama Papers and part of money laundering allegations.Eleven banks and eight private homes and offices across Germany have been raided by police and tax ...

Ex-Danske CEO Borgen charged over money laundering case: report

Ex-Danske CEO Borgen charged over money laundering case: report
COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - Danish prosecutors have charged Thomas Borgen, former chief executive of Danske Bank, over his involvement in one of the world’s biggest money laundering scandals, newspaper Borsen reported on Tuesday, citing his lawyer.Borgen is the ...

Nordea provides 95 million euro for possible fine for alleged money laundering

Nordea provides 95 million euro for possible fine for alleged money laundering
HELSINKI (Reuters) - Nordea Bank, the Nordic region’s biggest lender, booked on Tuesday a 95 million euro provision for a possible fine for alleged money-laundering, while posting a bigger-than-expected drop in its first-quarter operating profit. ...

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