Jared Kushner Sealed NYC Real Estate Deal With Lev Leviev

Jared Kushner, the son-in-law of Donald Trump, who acts as his senior White House adviser, secured a multimillion-dollar Manhattan real estate deal with a Soviet-born oligarch whose company was cited in a major New York money laundering case now being probed by members of Congress. Read more

Kushner Firm’s $285 Million Deutsche Bank Loan Came Just Before Election Day

Jared Kushner’s family real estate company received a $285 million loan from Deutsche Bank the month before the 2016 election, which Kushner did not disclose on his financial disclosure form, the Washington Post reported Sunday night. Read more

House Dems Ask Deutsche Bank For Info on Trump Accounts

Congressional Democrats investigating alleged ties between President Donald Trump’s political campaign and Russia are seeking information from Deutsche Bank. Read more

How Donald Trump Became Deutsche Bank’s Biggest Headache

The language was scathing, the tone sarcastic. “[Donald] Trump proclaims himself the archetypal businessman, a deal-maker without peer,” the memo said. Read more

Deutsche Bank Israel Managing Director Arrested In Tax Probe

The managing director of Deutsche Bank’s operation in Israel has been arrested on Tuesday as part of a probe of suspected tax offences. Read more

Deutsche Bank Fined For $10B Russian Money Laundering Scheme

The German lender Deutsche Bank has received a new $204 million fine for inadequate anti-money laundering controls. Read more

Deutsche Bank Closes Down NBK Accounts Over Suspected Money Laundering

German-based lender Deutsche Bank has shut all National Bank of Kenya (NBK) accounts over suspected money laundering activities, Weekend Business has learnt. Read more

Deutsche Bank Sued In U.S. By Jewish Trust Over $3 Billion

Deutsche Bank was sued in Florida by a Jewish charitable trust that claims the firm wrongly withheld as much as $3 billion from the heirs to a wealthy German family. Read more

Deutsche Bank’s Head of Anti-Money Laundering Peter Hazlewood Steps Down After 6 Months

Deutsche Bank’s head of financial crime and anti-money laundering is stepping down just six months after he was hired to help improve systems and controls even as the bank faced charges ranging from sanctions breaches to mortgage mis-selling. Read more