FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Germany's financial markets watchdog is requiring Deutsche Bank
The June deadline was imposed when watchdog BaFin announced in September that it had ordered the lender to do more to prevent money laundering, without giving details. It said it had appointed a third party, KPMG, to assess progress.
Handelsblatt first reported the requirement earlier on Wednesday.
The customers will be re-evaluated under the terms of a new money laundering directive. The bank will have another year or more to examine the status of less risky customers.
(Reporting by Hans Seidenstuecker; Writing by Tom Sims; Editing by Kathrin Jones and Jan Harvey)
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