Yes, it seems that the bigger an institution, the more easily and likely it's involved in illegal business practices including money laundering. Banks invest in many markets. It is highly possible for big banks in particular to be involved in money laundering, especially since it would take a great deal of time and effort for investigators to fully review all of their records.
Big banks are not in the money laundering business, at least knowingly or willingly. Once once again, we are witness to big bank and business bashing with the sole purpose of redistributing money to other people. Enough already. It's time to recognize banks as job providers and income producers. Time to grow up.
No, big banks are not in the money laundering business. However, we cannot say that they are. There is no proof that every big bank or most big banks launder money. Maybe some do, but we cannot know for sure if every single big bank in the United States is money laundering.
While "big banks" are often accused of corruption, the claim that they engage in money laundering practices is an absurd lie. These corporations are in the money business to benefit themselves, certainly, but not to the extent that they would re-use money from one activity to fund a different activity.