Frances Schwartzkopff and Christian Wienberg, 25 June 2021
Danske Bank A/S has been charged by Danish police for allegedly violating rules intended to protect investors from market manipulation.
Denmark’s biggest bank, which is separately being investigated in the U.S. and Europe amid an ongoing money-laundering case, says it received notice of preliminary charges from the Danish State Prosecutor for Serious Economic and International Crime, or SOIK. The case relates to two potential violations of market abuse regulations, according to an emailed statement on Friday. Continue reading “Article: Danske Bank Charged by Police for Violating Market Abuse Law”