According to SEB, the bank has worked in a structured and determined manner since 2006 to reduce the risks of being used for money laundering in the Baltics.
– The bank’s risk exposure to these customers has been low and declining over time, the bank writes.
At the same time, SEB states that the entire financial system, including SEB, needs to continue its work to become better at counteracting money laundering.
According to SEB, the bank has produced more than 7,000 reports to the financial police about suspicious transactions.
– We are exposed every day to new attempts from criminal elements who want to take advantage of us. That is why we are constantly working to sharpen the bank̵