- Via @JaySekulow lawyer for @realDonaldTrump "We have confirmed that the news reports that the Special Counsel had subpoenaed financial records relating to the President are false. No subpoena has been issued or received. We have confirmed this with the bank and other sources."
First, if Seculow requested information about subpoena from the Deutsche Bank, the bank would not confirm it received the subpoena and/or production of records, as it likely would be subject to non-disclosure/gag order and therefore illegal. Seculow obviously knows that and relies on the bank's silence to not confirm or deny, thereby creating the impression of "fake news" for the faithful.
Second, the Deutsche Bank had already refused to provide information about investigation and related documents to Congressional Committee, citing the financial privacy rules (which do not extend or apply to Mueller investigation.) Third, his reference about "other sources" implies that he relied on the much maligned "leaks" himself and therefore doesn't serve him in good stead.
Fourth, Deutsche Bank may not be the [only] bank / financial institution that Mueller has subpoenaed to request Trump's financial information, as Trump had to rely on several "off-Wall Street" boutique shops to lend him money for projects, since most WS banks and investment firms would not lend him money, given his reputation and history of multiple bankruptcies, defaults, dilutions and tendency to file costly and time-consuming sueballs instead of paying his debts in full.
Fifth, while they are reluctant current partners on several projects with Trump (including controversial Old Post Office / Trump International Hotel in D.C.) there is no love lost between DB and Trump *:
* Ref: Donald Trump sued Deutsche Bank to get out of $40 million debt over Chicago property two years after rooting for housing collapse / Deutsche Bank to close almost 200 branches - FR / NYDN / CNBC / Reuters, by CP, Cameron Joseph, Emily Flitter, 2016 July 20