Midweek Roundup: US Judge Dismisses Lawsuit Against Danske Bank, Belgium Investigates Credit Suisse, and More

A New York federal judge cited a lack of evidence in dismissing a civil complaint that investors brought against Danske Bank and four of its executives for allegedly concealing widespread money laundering through the Danish lender's Estonian branch, Reuters reported. More Prosecutors in Belgium are investigating alleged money laundering at Credit Suisse after identifying more than 2,650 Belgian nationals who concealed income in secret accounts at the Swiss lender, the Brussels Times reported. More Liechtenstein's public prosecutor suspects a domestic lender was the final destination of an estimated €90 million that Russian oligarch Georgy Bedzhamov allegedly stole from the bank...