Free Republic 4th Quarter Fundraising Target: $88,000 Receipts & Pledges to-date: $83,105
Woo hoo!! And now less than $4.9k to go!! We can do this. Thank you all very much!!

Keyword: deutschebank

Brevity: Headers | « Text »
  • (Vanity) Dan Bongino's Podcast: It's About to Hit the Fan

    12/03/2018 6:55:09 PM PST · by TigerClaws · 66 replies
    A shoutout to this great podcast. This episode breaks down SPYGATE and recent developments. Description: In this episode I address the scandalous connections between the players in the Uranium One scandal and the recent actions by the Mueller witch-hunt team. This show ties it all together, please don’t miss it.
  • Deutsche Bank Offices Are Raided In Money Laundering Probe

    11/29/2018 7:49:37 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 7 replies
    NPR ^ | 11/29/2018 | Bill Chappell
    German police raided Deutsche Bank offices on Thursday, seeking evidence in a money laundering investigation into the practice of hiding money offshore to elude tax collectors and government regulators. "Police officers and tax inspectors entered Deutsche Bank's headquarters in Frankfurt early Thursday morning and seized documents," NPR's Esme Nicholson reports from Berlin. "Prosecutors are investigating two employees of the bank who allegedly assisted customers in setting up offshore firms to avoid anti-money laundering safeguards when transferring money to accounts at Deutsche Bank." Nicholson adds, "According to investigators, in 2016 alone, more than 900 Deutsche Bank customers were served by a...
  • U.S. authorities to scrutinize Danske Bank over money laundering scandal: report

    09/16/2018 6:48:02 PM PDT · by Olog-hai · 3 replies ^ | 14 September 2018 19:00 CEST+02:00
    A multi-million kroner money laundering case at Danske Bank’s Estonian branch could be investigated by US authorities. The Justice Department, Treasury Department and Securities and Exchange Commission are each examining Danske Bank over the allegations of money laundering flows, according to a report by the Wall Street Journal. The investigations are the result of a complaint made by a confidential whistleblower to US authorities more than two years ago, according to a person familiar with the matter and documents reviewed by the WSJ, the newspaper writes. In early August, the Danish state prosecutor’s office for serious economic and international crime...
  • Argentina's central bank hikes rates to 60% as the currency collapses

    08/30/2018 10:50:10 AM PDT · by Red Badger · 33 replies
    cnbc ^ | 08/30/2018 | Sam Meredith
    Investors are increasingly concerned Latin America's third-largest economy could soon default as it struggles to repay heavy government borrowing. The peso is down more than 45 percent against the greenback this year, exacerbating pre-existing fears over the country's weakening economy and inflation running at 25.4 percent this year. "I know that these tumultuous situations generate anxiety among many of you ... I understand this, and I want you to know I am making all decisions necessary to protect you," Macri said. Argentina is struggling to cope with yet another financial crisis. Investors are increasingly concerned Latin America's third-largest economy could...
  • Deutsche Bank fired 300 U.S.-based investment bankers on Wednesday

    04/26/2018 10:39:37 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 11 replies
    Reuters ^ | 04/25/2018
    FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Deutsche Bank (DBKGn.DE) fired 300 U.S.-based investment bankers on Wednesday as part of a broader overhaul of the global unit, a person with knowledge of the matter said on Thursday. The bank will lay off another 100 U.S. bankers by the end of the week, said the person, who was speaking on condition of anonymity. The Financial Times was the first to report the development. Separately, German newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung said Deutsche Bank planned to cut more than 1,000 jobs in the United States. The bank declined to comment on the figure.
  • SEC Taps Goldman Executive for Enforcement Role

    10/21/2009 10:30:11 AM PDT · by Leisler · 18 replies · 1,209+ views
    WSJ( Americas Paper of Record ) ^ | OCTOBER 16, 2009 | By SARAH N. LYNCH
    WASHINGTON -- The Securities and Exchange Commission tapped Goldman Sachs Group Inc. executive Adam Storch on Friday to serve as the agency's first-ever chief operating officer of the enforcement division. The new hire represents the latest personnel change at the SEC in its effort to improve its operations following its failure to detect Bernard Madoff's massive Ponzi scheme. Enforcement Division Director Robert Khuzami created Mr. Storch's position of managing executive as part of the major re-structuring effort he announced earlier this year. Mr. Storch will oversee division operations that include budget, information technology and administrative services. He will also supervise...
  • Trump Sought to Fire Mueller in December

    04/10/2018 4:38:16 PM PDT · by EdnaMode · 38 replies
    New York Times ^ | April 10 | MAGGIE HABERMAN and MICHAEL S. SCHMIDT
    In early December, President Trump, furious over news reports about a new round of subpoenas from the office of the special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, told advisers in no uncertain terms that Mr. Mueller’s investigation had to be shut down. The president’s anger was fueled by reports that the subpoenas were for obtaining information about his business dealings with Deutsche Bank, according to interviews with eight White House officials, people close to the president and others familiar with the episode. To Mr. Trump, the subpoenas suggested that Mr. Mueller had expanded the investigation in a way that crossed the...
  • Deutsche Bank says it didn't flag Kushner accounts as 'suspicious'

    01/23/2018 10:57:00 AM PST · by mojito · 8 replies
    The Hill ^ | 1/22/2018 | Avery Anapol
    German bank Deutsche Bank is pushing back on a report that it flagged an account tied to President Trump’s son-in-law and aide Jared Kushner for “suspicious transactions.” The bank said in a statement that the report was wrong and that it would take legal action against the reporting, according to Reuters. “It is wrong to assert that Deutsche Bank supplied the German financial supervisory authority BaFin with a report stating that the real estate investor Jared Kushner or companies or persons associated with him may have channeled suspect funds via Deutsche Bank when executing their transactions,” the bank said. “We...
  • Steve Bannon understands the truth about the Mueller probe, and the media still don’t

    01/05/2018 8:39:48 PM PST · by TBP · 12 replies
    The Blaze ^ | January 3, 2018 | Leon Wolf
    Over a year ago, when the media were already obsessed about alleged Russian interference in the 2016 election, I wrote that the Trump empire’s entanglement with troubled financial giant Deutsche Bank presented the only real existential threat to Donald Trump’s presidency. The media have largely ignored this story in favor of the more sensational (and much more spurious) story about Trump’s alleged collusion with the Russian government during the 2016 election. They are still doing it today, even in the face of mounting evidence that special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe isn’t really about collusion with Russian election tampering at all....
  • The media are killing themselves with botched anti-Trump reporting

    12/16/2017 12:19:34 AM PST · by Oshkalaboomboom · 12 replies
    NY Post ^ | Dec 15, 2017 | David Harsanyi
    ‘Our record as journalists in covering this Trump story and the Russian story is pretty good,” legendary reporter Carl Bernstein recently claimed. Pretty good? If there’s a major news story over the past 70 years that the American media have botched more often because of bias and wishful thinking, I’d love to hear about it. Four big scoops recently run by major news organizations, written by top reporters and, presumably, churned through layers of scrupulous editing, turned out to be completely wrong. Reuters, Bloomberg and others reported that special counsel Robert Mueller’s office had subpoenaed President Trump’s records from Deutsche...
  • Political Journalists Have Themselves to Blame for Sinking Credibility

    12/14/2017 9:33:59 PM PST · by Kaslin · 10 replies ^ | December 15, 2015 | David Harsayi
    "Our record as journalists in covering this Trump story and the Russian story is pretty good," legendary reporter Carl Bernstein recently claimed. Pretty good? If there's a major news story over the past 70 years that the American media has botched more often because of bias and wishful thinking, I'd love to hear about it. Four big scoops recently run by major news organizations -- written by top reporters and, presumably, churned through layers of scrupulous editing -- turned out to be completely wrong. Reuters, Bloomberg, The Wall Street Journal and others reported that special counsel Robert Mueller's office had...
  • Mueller's team has not subpoenaed Deutsche Bank on Trump's finances, source says

    12/05/2017 12:00:59 PM PST · by barmag25 · 50 replies
    Fox news ^ | 12/5/17 | Edmund Demarche
    A source with knowledge of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into alleged Russian election meddling pushed back Tuesday on a new report claiming Mueller called on Deutsche Bank to submit data pertaining to its client relationship with President Trump. But the source tells Fox News there has been no subpoena from Mueller’s office to Deutsche Bank about the president’s finances.
  • Mueller issues subpoena to Deutsche Bank in Russia probe

    12/05/2017 12:52:10 PM PST · by Red Badger · 29 replies
    ABC NEWS ^ | Dec 5, 2017, 2:30 PM ET | By Aaron Katersky
    Special counsel Robert Mueller has issued a subpoena to Germany’s largest bank, in a possible sign the investigation into Russian election interference may be expanding toward President Trump’s finances. Mueller sought records from Deutsche Bank, a source familiar with the subpoena told ABC News. Specific requests of the bank were not immediately clear, but ABC News previously reported that Deutsche Bank lent the Trump Organization more than $300 million for real estate transactions before Trump became president. “Deutsche Bank takes its legal obligations seriously and remains committed to cooperating with authorized investigations into this matter,” a company statement said.
  • Special Counse Rob3rt Mueller did not Subpoena Donald Trump Bank Records

    12/05/2017 12:37:11 PM PST · by upbeat5 · 26 replies
    the Conservative ^ | December 5, 2017 | staff
    No, Special Counsel Robert Mueller did not subpoena Donald Trump bank records from Deutsche Bank. Never happened. Fake News. [Leak Real]
  • POLL: Is Robert Mueller actually working WITH President Trump?

    12/05/2017 8:15:11 AM PST · by Jeff Chandler · 127 replies
    Is Robert Mueller actually working WITH President Trump? Yes No I'm not sure
  • Mueller Subpoenas Trump Deutsche Bank Records

    12/05/2017 5:54:45 AM PST · by mikelets456 · 77 replies
    WSJ ^ | 12/2/2017 | WSJ
    Special prosecutor Robert Mueller zeroed in on President Donald Trump’s business dealings with Deutsche Bank AG as his investigation into alleged Russian meddling in U.S. elections widens. Mueller issued a subpoena to Germany’s largest lender several weeks ago, forcing the bank to submit documents on its relationship with Trump and his family, according to a person briefed on the matter, who asked not to be identified because the action has not been announced. “Deutsche Bank always cooperates with investigating authorities in all countries,” the lender said in a statement to Bloomberg Tuesday, declining to provide additional information.
  • Trump's personal banking information handed over to Robert Mueller

    12/05/2017 8:58:20 AM PST · by Natufian · 110 replies
    The Guardian ^ | 12/5/2107 | Stephanie Kirchgaessner
    Donald Trump’s banking information has formally been turned over to Robert Mueller, the special prosecutor who is investigating whether the president’s campaign conspired with the Kremlin during the 2016 presidential election. Deutsche Bank, the German bank that serves as Trump’s biggest lender, was forced to submit documents about its client relationship with the president and some of his family members, who are also Deutsche clients, after Mueller issued the bank with a subpoena for information, according to multiple media reports. The news was first reported by Handelsblatt, the German newspaper.
  • Oh My: Has Mueller Crossed Trump’s “Red Line”?

    12/05/2017 7:01:53 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 73 replies
    Hotair ^ | 12/05/2017 | Ed Morrissey
    The probe into Russian collusion is about to get a lot more personal. Bloomberg reports that the main lender for the Trump family’s financial empire has begun cooperating with Robert Mueller’s investigation after the special counsel got a subpoena for their records. Democrats in Congress have long demanded to know whether Trump’s dealings with Deutsche Bank had any connections with Russia, but Trump warned early on that he’d act if Mueller attempted to go that far outside his mandate: Special prosecutor Robert Mueller zeroed in on President Donald Trump’s business dealings with Deutsche Bank AG as his investigation into...
  • Mueller Has Subpoenaed Deutsche Bank For Information On Trump And His Family

    12/05/2017 6:00:20 AM PST · by blam · 51 replies
    Business Insider ^ | 12-5-2017 | Arno Schuetze, Reuters
    FRANKFURT, Germany — The special counsel Robert Mueller has asked Deutsche Bank to share data on accounts held by President Donald Trump and his family, a person close to the matter said on Tuesday. Germany's largest bank received a subpoena from Mueller several weeks ago to provide information on certain money and credit transactions, the person added, confirming a report by the German daily Handelsblatt published on Tuesday. Deutsche Bank, which has loaned the Trump Organization millions of dollars for real-estate ventures, said it would not comment on any of its clients. Deutsche Bank rejected demands in June by House...
  • U.S. Justice Department charges ex-Deutsche Bank subprime trader with civil fraud

    09/11/2017 4:22:39 PM PDT · by HLPhat · 11 replies
    Reuters via Yahoo News. ^ | Sep 11, 2017 | By Sarah N. Lynch
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Justice Department on Monday charged Deutsche Bank's former head of subprime mortgage trading with civil fraud in connection with conduct dating back to the 2007-2009 financial crisis. Paul Mangione, the former trader, is accused in the complaint of misrepresenting information about the loans underpinning two residential mortgage-backed securities that were sold to investors. The government's case against the former trader, filed in a federal court in Brooklyn, came after the bank in January reached a $7.2 billion settlement in a related case over risky mortgage securities sold to investors.