So far, none of DNB-management have been fired as a consequence of the Panama disclosures, but chairwoman Anne Carine Tanum does not rule out this happening later.
In an interview with Aftenposten Tanum emphasizes that committee has asked the bank to implement a series of measures to change how DNB operates the so-called private banking and keeps tabs on subsidiaries in general.
– They can also lead to consequences at the individual level, she says to the newspaper about the measures.
Tanum emphasize that DNB will now start a thorough process along with the law firm Hjort to get to the bottom of the matter. She confirms that this may have consequences for the bank’s organization and for the people in the organization.
Source: NTB scanpix / Norway Today