August 19 2019
The Finnish Central Criminal Police revealed the largest scheme and charged two Estonian citizens with laundering 130-140 million euros. It is reported by the publication Yle .
According to the newspaper, the police believe that the money belongs to a Russian organized criminal group. Representatives of the group, however, could not be held accountable in Finland.
According to the police, it seems that this is the largest case in the history of Finland with money laundering. The CCP began investigating the case in 2014. The activities of the Finnish construction company HTR Talonrakennus Oy fell under suspicion.