Victor Carlstrom (businessman)
Financial broker, businessman
|📆 Years active||2006- present|
|Whistleblower of money laundering|
Victor Carlstrom, is a Swedish businessman and broker. He is the founder and CEO of Vinacossa Enterprises Group. He is best known as the whistleblower for uncovering a money laundering scheme in Sweden.
Carlstrom started his career as a financial broker in Sweden. He went on to become one of the top investors for Swedish finance and insurance company, Folksam. Carlstrom employed more than 200 people and managed more than 10,000 clients, working virtually with major banks in Europe and the United States. In 2013, he founded Vinacossa Enterprises, an investment company in Nicosia, Cyprus.
While working with Folksam, he noticed suspicious activities related to money laundering. Carlstrom was a part of reporting a $150 billion money laundering scheme in Swedbanks’ Baltic operation. After discovering the money laundering scheme, his companies became a part of government agencies investigations and no major investigation was led against the company and their executives. Later, he claimed he had faced several death threats.
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