"Dutch authorities are increasingly using financial intelligence supplied by banks and other financial institutions to clamp down on trade-based money laundering...

The other investigation, into the vegetable traders, resulted from unusual transaction reports filed by accountants and banks to the FIU [financial intelligence unit] that were passed on to us. The amount of [suspicious] money involved here is €150 million from 2014 to 2019, and while these are a few major players in the sector, these are considerable sums of money.

Beginning next month, the four largest banks in the Netherlands will receive intelligence on suspects as part of a new partnership, the Serious Crime Task Force."