Carbon Fraud: Tango with Deutsche Bank Monday, 07 March 2011 12:06 Klaus Ott, Süddeutsche Zeitung
The damage could be at an incredible 850 million Euros. Fraudsters have ripped off the German government with the help of fraudulent emission allowances. In the middle: Deutsche Bank.
Prosecutors and tax investigators can be quite imaginative. They like to find imaginative names for special operations.
In Frankfurt, a special commission, named after the Germanic god Odin, is investigating suspects . . . → Read More: Carbon Fraud: Tango with Deutsche Bank