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Deutsche Bank - Epstein

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So Deutsche bank was fined 150 mill for shady transactions it performed for Epstein. 
 

weird how many connections trump has with the guy. 
 

also weird that trump fired the prosecutor of the SDNY and tried to install a toadie just as this was going down. 

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1 min ago, fish'nmagician said:

So Deutsche bank was fined 150 mill for shady transactions it performed for Epstein. 
 

weird how many connections trump has with the guy. 
 

also weird that trump fired the prosecutor of the SDNY and tried to install a toadie just as this was going down. 

This is it!!!

 

I can feel it. You were right all along. 

 

I am am sorry I ever doubted you. 

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19 mins ago, fish'nmagician said:

So Deutsche bank was fined 150 mill for shady transactions it performed for Epstein. 
 

weird how many connections trump has with the guy. 
 

also weird that trump fired the prosecutor of the SDNY and tried to install a toadie just as this was going down. 

Now I got it ! You are really Adam Schiff in real life. Pencil neck 

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28 mins ago, fish'nmagician said:

So Deutsche bank was fined 150 mill for shady transactions it performed for Epstein. 
 

weird how many connections trump has with the guy. 
 

also weird that trump fired the prosecutor of the SDNY and tried to install a toadie just as this was going down. 

:laugh: Stop it’s embarrassing... have little dignity

 

Please... seriously 

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16 mins ago, fish'nmagician said:

Seems DB had a particular clientele they were marketing too

and they were willing to keep the money flowing when trump was toxic to banks. 

Sometimes you don't know how right you are.

 

 

Base wary of Clinton Foundation's ties to troubled banks

By Alexandra Jaffe, CNN

Updated 6:03 AM ET, Tue March 3, 2015

 

Washington (CNN)Hillary Clinton's coziness with Wall Street has long given progressives pause on her potential presidential candidacy. But her family's foundation's ties to banks that have been under investigation for everything from interest rate manipulation scandals to breaking Iran sanctions could further deepen the trust gap between the Democratic front-runner and those who think banks would have too much say over her policies.

A CNN review of public event listings for the Clinton Global Initiative's Annual Meeting found partnerships with at least six banks that were under investigation, involved in litigation or had been fined by government agencies and regulators at the time of the meeting.

In every case, the bank in question was listed as a sponsor of the event even after the investigations were widely reported in the media.

 

The Clinton Foundation and Clinton Global Initiative are, ostensibly, both attractive organizations to provide a foundation for the Clintons to build their legacy, and for Hillary Clinton to make a presidential campaign pitch.

CGI aims to foster partnerships between governments, foundations, companies and other stakeholders to improve the lives of people worldwide. Its Annual Meeting is a routinely glitzy confab, bringing together business and world leaders, celebrities and government officials to discuss policy proposals and global issues over three days every September.

Each year the event partners with two dozen or so major corporate and foundation sponsors, a designation that entails a higher level of monetary and operational support for the conference than that given by regular GCI members

 

Of the array of sponsors, a few banks were perennial supporters, including British bank Standard Chartered, Goldman Sachs and Germany's Deutsche Bank, all of which were listed as mid-level backers of the event every year from 2009 on. French bank Credit Agricole was a supporter of the event from 2009-2012.

British banking giant Barclays emerged as a "strategic partner" with CGI for its 2010 annual meeting, and gave the same level of support every year after that. In 2014, HSBC became the latest bank to get on-board with the event, signing on as a "convening sponsor," the highest level of support possible.

 

All of the banks have had pockmarked pasts — and many were either under investigation or fined for breaking Iran sanctions, while Clinton was secretary of State.

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1 hour ago, fish'nmagician said:

Seems DB had a particular clientele they were marketing too

and they were willing to keep the money flowing when trump was toxic to banks. 

Seems like you lack the ability to experience shame 

 

what’s the angle now? 
 

is your vagueness part of the troll or the delusion? 

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2 hours ago, patchyfog said:

Deutschbank is the dirtiest big bank in the world.

Correct, “Deutsche Bank” Is German for “Dirty Bank”. 

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For those interested, David Enrich's Dark Towers explores the dealings with DB, the Russian connection, and a lot of other stuff. 

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