the Fsa has brought an unsatisfactory supervision of Danske Bank in the case of money laundering for a very large billions.
But there is no sign of breach of duty by the Fsa, who can look forward to receive more money to better manage hvidvasksager in the future.
It says trade and industry minister, Rasmus Jarlov (K), after the Danish financial supervisory authority on Tuesday published a statement on the matter.
- I see no reason to go after the Fsa in this case, there is no evidence that casts suspicion that the Fsa should have committed pligtforsømmelser.
- But it is clear that there is a need for a stronger supervision and stronger financial supervision. It is a task that must be resolved, he says.
In the period from 2007 to 2015 floated around 1500 billion dollars through Danske Bank's branch in Estonia without significant control.
the Rasmus Jarlov call it "hugely unsatisfactory" that such a large case can take place in a Danish bank.
the Fsa has, as part of the statement, tabled 29 proposals to strengthen its work to combat money laundering in Danish banks.
One of the proposals is about more funding for the Fsa, which wants approximately 66 million charged in the year and around 56 million annually in subsequent years.
- It is quite certain that we are going to give the Fsa more resources. It has the need.
- We have a need for the supervision of Danish banks will be stronger.
- We will not accept a case that has been in the Danish Bank, can be conducted in a Danish bank.
- Therefore we need a supervision in the european top-class, says Rasmus Jarlov.
He will first peruse all the proposals in depth, before he applies further out on which of the proposals he will continue to work on.
Overall, he believes, however, that the 29 proposal "is within the dial".