Nordea Bank Suspends Two Employees On Suspicion Of Fraud

The Norwegian police arrested two Norwegian Nordea employees on the suspicion of loans being issued on false grounds. Therefore, the bank has suspended the employees, Nordea Bank said in a statement on Tuesday.

Nordea had reported suspicions of fraud earlier this year to the police.

Nordea will never accept any form of financial crime or being used for any activities that could facilitate financial crime. The company gives high priority to fighting financial crime at Nordea, said Randi Marjamaa, Country Senior Executive and Head of Personal Banking at Nordea Norway.

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