PROPOSED SECURITIES CLASS ACTION AGAINST DANSKE BANK A/S
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U.S. Market Advisors Law Group PLLC is preparing for the filing of a securities fraud class action against Danske Bank A/S (OTC:DNKEY), on behalf of investors who suffered losses from purchases of Danske Bank ADRs between February 6, 2014 and October 4, 2018.
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According to the proposed complaint, Danske Bank made false and misleading statements and failed to disclose: (i) Danske Bank’s internal controls related to anti-money laundering (AML) were materially weak, deficient and frequently disregarded; (ii) Danske Banks’s Board of Directors and Executive Board failed to monitor for and address money laundering activities; and (iii) Danske Bank’s AML operations did not comply with applicable laws.
Through a series of partial disclosures, Danske Bank’s investors began to learn the truth about the bank’s operations and money laundering exposure. These revelations include: (i) a May 3, 2018 report from Denmark’s financial authority detailing how Danske Bank has “historically not lived up to its obligations in the AML area”; (ii) a September 19, 2018 internal investigation report from Danske Bank admitting AML failures and that the probe encompasses more than $230 billion in transactions; and (iii) an October 4, 2018 announcement that Danske Bank was speaking with U.S. authorities about the money laundering scandal and had received a requests for information from the Department of Justice.
As a result of the cascading negative disclosures, Danske Bank’s ADR price declined by nearly 50% between February 2018 and October 2018, causing severe harm to investors.