Turkish Authorities Order Seizure of 'Suspicious' FTX Assets

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Authorities in Turkey are trying to seize "suspicious assets" linked to the collapsed crypto exchange FTX and are investigating the platform's founder, Sam Bankman-Fried.
A Wednesday statement from the country's financial crimes investigative agency, known as MASAK, said the agency had obtained permission from the Istanbul Prosecutor General's Office to "open and confiscate an investigation into various previous crimes and the laundering of property values ​​resulting from the crime." the suspect assets" in accordance with local laws.
After a CoinDesk article examining the financial health of Sam Bankman-Fried's crypto empire sparked a series of events culminating in a US bankruptcy filing, regulators in the multiple jurisdictions hosting the platform had a local presence, took action in the Bahamas, where FTX was headquartered.
Since November 14, MASAK has also been investigating the exchange's local entity, FTX Turkey. The ongoing investigation had revealed that the trust of customers was "not properly maintained" by the fallen company and that the authorities had "strong suspicions of criminal activity", in particular by Bankman-Fried, who "directly or indirectly ' control over which FTX operates in Turkey, the statement reads.
"Based on our above-mentioned request, a judicial investigation has been initiated against the suspects and a seizure measure has been taken against the suspects' assets," the statement said in Turkish.
Read more: Bahamas FTX Liquidators Agree to Transfer Bankruptcy Proceedings to Delaware

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