DAILY LETTERS: ING & # 39; s chief finance officer is forced to stop laundering scandal
City & Finance Reporter for the Daily Mail
The Dutch financier ING & # 39; s chief financial officer is forced to quit
BANKSCHANDAL The Dutch financier ING & # 39; s chief financial officer has been forced to quit due to a money laundering scandal.
Koos Timmermans says goodbye after the Dutch lender has agreed to pay a £ 689million fine to the Dutch prosecutors.
The shortcomings came to light after the researchers investigated four illegal companies that had accounts with the bank.
In one case, a lingerie company in Curaçao handled £ 133 million in dirty money. Hans Wijers, chairman of ING, said: "We deeply regret the shortcomings. & # 39;
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