David van Duyn, a former lawyer at Fidelity Investments’ risk oversight and enterprise compliance unit, has sued the company, charging it failed to comply with anti-money laundering laws, Reuters reports.

Specifically, van Duyn said that Fidelity executives ordered him not to monitor transactions and to falsify documents.

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