COPENHAGEN — About 60 investors have sued Danske Bank for 1.5 billion crowns (£171.46 million) over alleged money laundering, their lawyers said on Friday, the third such case to hit Denmark’s biggest lender. Danske Bank said it would defend itself against the lawsuit and that it had no information about the timing of the case.…

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The ISAF Coalition for Damaged Danske Bank Investors is suing Danske Bank for failing to disclose both Financial and Regulatory material risks, as required under Danish Capital Markets law. COPENHAGEN, Denmark–(BUSINESS WIRE)–An institutional shareholder-driven coalition represented via the International Securities Associations and Foundations Management Company for Damaged Danske Investors (ISAF-Danske), announces its first filing of a…

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COPENHAGEN (Reuters) – Danish prosecutors have charged 10 former Danske Bank managers over their suspected involvement in one of the world’s biggest money laundering scandals, newspaper Berlingske reported on Wednesday, citing unidentified sources. The charges relate to a case involving some 200 billion euros ($224 billion) of suspicious transactions that passed through Danske Bank’s Estonian…

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Danske Bank A/S has built up enough extra capital to commit to dividends and, at the end of this year, will look into the option of resuming share buybacks. Christian Baltzer, who started as chief financial officer at Denmark’s biggest bank in October, pointed to capital buffers that exceed both regulatory requirements and the bank’s own…

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Stamford, CT–The VW collective group litigation in Braunschweig, Germany is an active Opt-In litigation where eligible investors who want to recover losses, must join the action prior to the expiration of the Statute of Limitation on 31 December 2018. VW has already entered into settlements with investors and regulators in the United States as well as regulators in Europe.…

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International Securities Associations and Foundations Management Company (“ISAF”) announces the formation of an international coalition of leading American, German and Dutch law firms and the appointment of the preeminent Danish law firm, Németh Sigetty, to proceed with a lawsuit against Danske Bank A/S (“Danske” or the “Bank”) to pursue compensation for damaged investors after revelations…

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“A group of foreign investors with five law firms in the back is now ready to sue Danske Bank at the Østre Landsret for billion-dollar losses as a result of the money laundering scandal. “It seems quite clear to us that there is a connection between the way in which action has been taken –…

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“Danske Bank is facing a lawsuit from an international coalition of prominent class-action law firms arguing that investors lost billions of dollars through the fallout from the Danish lender’s €200bn money laundering scandal. Németh Sigetty, a Danish law firm, will file a writ against Danske in the first quarter of next year after being fully…

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