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NAB chief exec confirms bank is examining millions of customer accounts to ‘plug’ holes in AML framework

By Elizabeth Hearst for AMLi

The chief executive of National Australia Bank has confirmed the bank is probing millions of customer’s accounts as part of an internal review into its anti-money laundering framework.

Chief executive Ross McEwan revealed the bank was investigating these accounts as part of an internal project to “plug holes” in its AML regime, according to local media reports. 

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