Moscow/Tallinn — Between 2009 and 2015, Mihhail Murnikov spent his days handling as many transactions as he could at the non-resident unit of Danske Bank in Estonia.

Roughly a year after Danske admitted that those transactions were part of a $220bn money laundering scandal, prosecutors from Tallinn to Washington are still trying to get to the bottom of what really happened. The Danske case recently made headlines again after the man who used to run the bank’s Estonian operations committed suicide...

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