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BERLIN, May 21. /TASS/. The employees of a Moscow division of a major German global banking and financial services company, Deutsche Bank AG, are suspected of money laundering, Germany’s Manager Magazin news portal has reported.
According to the report, the bank has informed Germany's financial regulatory authority that the Moscow section could be involved in laundering sums of dubious origins on the derivatives market. The sums are estimated at hundreds of millions of euros.
Deutsche Bank’s central office has already launched an internal investigation and experts from London and New York have been invited to take part in it. Around a dozen of employees have been suspended from duty until the probe ends, the report says.