In what could be the largest money laundering scandal in history, a report says the bank ignored years of signals about problematic transactions at its branch in Estonia, including a warning in 2007 about “criminal activity in its pure form" involving “billions of rubles monthly.”
The report, obtained by The Washington Post, was completed by the U.S. Postal Service on Aug. 17 and turned over to the Federal Housing Finance Agency, but does not appear to have been acted upon.
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