$150 million fine to be paid by Deutsche Bank over ties with Jeffrey Epstein

$150 million fine to be paid by Deutsche Bank over ties with Jeffrey Epstein

A Deutsche bank has been fined $150M for failing to flag suspicious transactions done by disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein. Epstein made payments to Russian models during his five years as a client of the bank. He also withdrew suspicious amounts of cash. This is the first such action taken against a bank related to Jeffrey Epstein.

Sandra
Sandra
Ka
Ka 0 months

They were sued for working with a child offender ? Sounds retarded.

ConcealCarryProtect
ConcealCarryProtect 0 months

So guilt by association, not compliance? What flags a transaction as "suspicious"? And why would money to models be odd? Are we using foresight as evidence?

Trevor
Trevor 0 months

No. That's not enough. If they saw illegal activity going on and looked the other way then heads must roll. Not sure. The child pornography aside What these people do has massive ripple effects. A crime that has a negative effect on millions needs to penalized harshly. Not just with money

spatulasandals
spatulasandals 0 months

Much deeper than you think. Deutsche bank likely laundered monies Epstein collected from his hundreds of clients. Willfully. You might say it's an International cabal, comprised entirely of the International race and their cohorts. The rabbit hole is a spider web, and the oligarchs have already won. The west was lost in 1945.

ollie
ollie 0 months

Definitely a step in the right direction, hopefully Main Stream Media will pick up on this

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