| Deutsche Bank |
|Headquarters||Deutsche Bank Twin Towers, Frankfurt, Germany|
|Leaders||• Chairman of Deutsche Bank|
• CEO of Deutsche Bank
|Subgroups||Deutsche Bank (Italy)|
|Interest of||Roland Berger Strategy Consultants|
|Member of||Aspen Institute Germany, Council on Foreign Relations/Corporate Members, German Institute for International and Security Affairs, Transatlantic Policy Network, World Economic Forum/Strategic Partners|
"Germany’s troubled Deutsche Bank faces fines, legal action and the possible prosecution of “senior management” because of its role in a $20bn Russian money-laundering scheme, a confidential internal report seen by the Guardian says."
In the case, an anonymous source, i.e. a Western intelligence service, provided what presumably is a front organization called the Organized Crime And Corruption Reporting Project with two sets of banking records, detailing money movements in and out of Russia. The fines threatened are from US and UK authorities, and the whole affair bears all the hallmarks of the offensive to reduce European/German business transactions with Russia, as the Integrity Initiative also was interested in.
On 19 July 2020, both the husband and son of Esther Salas, a US judge who in 2020 was assigned to the case Karimi v. Deutsche Bank, were shot by a "lone nut". The case was about Deutsche Bank's handling of customers such as Jeffrey Epstein.
Deep state connections
In 2020 the bank was fined $150,000,000 after the bank admitted "failing to properly monitor account activity conducted on behalf of the registered sex offender despite ample information that was publicly available concerning the circumstances surrounding Mr. Epstein's earlier criminal misconduct."
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