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U.S. Said to Look at Rabobank Officials in Mexico Cash Probe

  • Employees being interviewed in laundering-controls inquiry
  • Three-year probe looking into movement of cartel drug proceeds
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A U.S. grand jury is weighing testimony about several current and former Rabobank Groep officials as the government seeks to tie alleged money-laundering lapses at the bank to specific individuals, according to people familiar with the matter.

Prosecutors in San Diego and Washington have interviewed Rabobank employees over the past few months about anti-money laundering controls at branches along the U.S.-Mexico border, bringing some of these past and current workers to testify before the grand jury about the actions of certain executives, said two people.