It is about a report that Norwegian lawyer, Erling Grimstad, the author of the on the bank's behalf. Sources to the Di claim that the shows on the big shortcomings with respect to the bank's work against money laundering in Estonia, but Swedbank has claimed beslagsförbud as well as advokatsekretess and therefore not wanted to submit the report or let the EBM hear Grimstad.
in Sundbyberg, which was long on Wednesday, which was key evidence seized, but the prosecutor would not say what it is about for the type of evidence.
"We got there and we had prepared us for what we wanted with us for information, and now we have secured certain information," says Thomas Langrot.
Also the report that Erling Grimstad, the author may have been hedged, but it knows neither the prosecutor or anyone else. Only Swedbank can answer the question at the moment.
"I don't know if I have the report because they had given it to me in such a way that I have it in an envelope that I am currently awaiting to take note of," says Langrot.
at the raid. But Swedbank claims that there is both beslagsförbud and advokatsekretess around the data in the report, thus preventing the prosecutor from opening the envelope.
the Report is of importance to the investigation because, if medieuppgifterna, if true, may show that Swedbank known to the problems of money laundering at the same time that they gave a different image to the public. It would strength the new suspicions of fraudulent activity that has arisen in connection with the information out of the reports leaked to the media.
" It was interesting for us was to take advantage of these two letters as in the media, called ”secret reports”. It is very central in our investigation that we get access to them.
in the investigation – disclosure of inside information – was made several seizures, and the suspicions persist. However, they have not been addressed to any person at the moment.
– First we take and investigate whether we objectively have a disclosure of inside information. We shall investigate first, then we'll look at who, or who has been involved in disclosing this information, " says Thomas Langrot.
Similarly, is the suspicion of fraudulent activity, not directed at any person in the present time.
– As I judge it when I've taken part of, inter alia, information in the media and information available on my table so it looks like there is a misleading when given information about money laundering in the Baltic countries.
" We'll compare what the bank knew, on different occasions, and what information it conveys to the outside. Then we can look at who is responsible for ensuring that the bank apparently given misleading information on money laundering, " says Thomas Langrot.