di Brian Fitzpatrick (OCCRP), Robert Cribb (Toronto Star), Jared Ferrie (OCCRP), Alessia Candito (la Repubblica), e Alessia Cerantola (OCCRP/Investigate Europe). Pubblicato su OCCRP il 18 aprile 2024.

A faction of the ’Ndrangheta based in Toronto allegedly relied on relationships with staff at two major Canadian banks to facilitate their financial activities.

Angelo Figliomeni wanted answers. The alleged mob boss had sent an associate to make a deposit into his account at the Royal Bank of Canada, but there was less cash than expected.

He got on the line with his “client care manager” at the bank branch, Nicola “Nick” Martino — who police alleged also happened to be a member of his organized crime group.

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