The FIOD and the Public Prosecution Service have seized around 12 million euros in a large international money laundering case. The money was in bank accounts in Switzerland and Germany. It is also in real estate in the Netherlands and Germany.

The research focuses on three Dutch companies allegedly used by Russian criminals to launder their criminally acquired money through the rental of the property. They are now stuck in Russia.

The suspect companies were part of a Dutch foundation, which in turn was managed by a Dutch holding company.

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