The financial sector plays a crucial role in preventing banks from being misused for money laundering. At Nordea we take this responsibility very seriously. In recent years we have invested massively in IT systems that can detect potential money laundering and we have multiplied the number of employees in our fight against financial crime.
We now have 1,500 colleagues dedicated solely to preventing financial crime. Moreover, we regularly train our almost 30,000 employees in how to prevent money laundering.
We would like to show you how we identify potential money laundering and handle suspicious transactions. Read more about it here.
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