Weekly Roundup: Swiss Probe Lender Over Corrupt Payments, Ex-Danske Bank Execs Seek Dismissal of Money Laundering Case, and More

Swiss prosecutors are investigating Banque Cramer & Cie amid suspicions the Geneva-based private lender handled bribe payments tied to Brazil's state-owned energy firm Petrobras and engineering conglomerate Odebrecht, Reuters reported. More After confidential pretrial records were published in Estonian and Italian newspapers, an attorney representing two former Danske Bank executives asked prosecutors in Estonia to halt their investigation into the pair's role in funneling hundreds of millions of dollars in suspicious proceeds through the Danish lender's local branch, ERR News reported. More Danske Bank plans to lay off 1,600 employees over the next six months in response to a budget...