Deutsche Bank Flags Kushner For ‘Suspicious Transactions’, Offers Records To Mueller Probe
A new report reveals that Deutsche Bank has evidence of “suspicious transactions” directly related to Jared Kushner’s accounts and they are willing to turn over the information the special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation.
German business magazine Manager Magazin reported Friday that:
“Achleitner’s internal detectives were embarrassed to deliver their interim report regarding real estate tycoon Kushner to the financial regulator BaFin,” states the Manager Magazin story translated from German to English. “Their finding: There are indications that Donald Trump’s son-in-law or persons or companies close to him could have channeled suspicious monies through Deutsche Bank as part of their business dealings.”
According to the German magazine, there haven’t been any details on the “suspicious transactions” but the bank is worried that if they don’t report it, it will hurt their image.
“What BaFin will do about [the bank’s findings] is not the bank’s greatest concern,” the German magazine reported. “Rather, it’s the noise that U.S. special counsel Robert Mueller … will make in his pursuit of Trump. For he will likely obtain this information—a giant risk to [the bank’s] reputation.”
Kushner’s attorney nor the bank have commented on the issue.