05 December 2013 11:13

 A number of accounts at Bank of Cyprus (UK) said to have been closed down by British supervisory authorities were not in fact suspicious, according to unofficial Central Bank sources.
Central Bank Governor Panicos Demetriades on Tuesday told MPs that more than 100 accounts had been closed by British authorities as high risk because of suspicions of money laundering.
But last night, the sources said that the bank had closed just 10 accounts that were simply classified as dormant and none of them had more than €50 in them.


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