The Dutch bank, which once accused the cryptocurrency of risk, was caught in a money laundering scandal, and its share price plummeted more than 10%

On September 26, according to Bloomberg News, ABN AMRO was under criminal investigation for allegedly failing to report suspicious transactions and fully reviewing customers. Dutch bank shares subsequently plunged 10.3%. It is reported that after accepting the costly bail-out, ABN Amro still has more than 50% of the shares owned by the government. Bloomberg pointed out that this is the biggest decline in the bank's share price since June 2016, and the bank's new Tier 1 bond also experienced the biggest decline in half a year. Ironically, earlier this year, ABN Amro also pointed out that there is a risk of unregulated cryptocurrency, and as a result, it has fallen into a major money-laundering scandal.