Deutsche Bank is the most evil bank in Europe besides the Vatican's bank. They finance drug dealers, illegal arms dealers, slavery, sex slavery, child slavery, and other illuminati satanic activities.

The Movie The International - about a dark banking organization that murders people at will - is about Deutsche Bank and the Illuminati.

In the LIBOR scandal, Deutsche Bank paid the highest fines. On 23 April 2015, Deutsche Bank agreed to a combined US$2.5 billion in fines – a US$2.175 billion fine by American regulators, and a €227 million penalty by British authorities – for its involvement in the Libor scandal. The company also pleaded guilty to wire fraud, acknowledging that at least 29 employees had engaged in illegal activity. It will be required to dismiss all employees who were involved with the fraudulent transactions. However, no individuals will be charged with criminal wrongdoing. In a Libor first, Deutsche Bank will be required to install an independent monitor. Commenting on the fine, Britain's Financial Conduct Authority director Georgina Philippou said "This case stands out for the seriousness and duration of the breaches ... One division at Deutsche Bank had a culture of generating profits without proper regard to the integrity of the market. This wasn't limited to a few individuals but, on certain desks, it appeared deeply ingrained." The fine represented a record for interest rate related cases, eclipsing a $1.5 billion Libor related fine to UBS, and the then-record $450 million fine assessed to Barclays earlier in the case. The size of the fine reflected the breadth of wrongdoing at Deutsche Bank, the bank's poor oversight of traders, and its failure to take action when it uncovered signs of abuse internally.

Deutsch Bank is one of Russia's biggest money launderers. They work closely with Russia's organized crime families to launder their money for them. That is the reason they've been implicated in Donald Trump's troubles with the Russians.

Deutsche Bank is currently under investigation for a fraudelent scheme they operated for Russian Oligarchs that allowed them to avoid the Sanctions that we placed on Russia in 2014. These are the same sanctions that the meeting at Trump tower with Donny Jr was supposedly all about. Deutsche Bank created a money-laundering scheme designed to allow oligarchs with close ties to the Kremlin and Putin to dodge sanctions imposed on them by the US in the wake of the 2014 Ukraine crisis.

President Donald Trump's longtime relationship with Deutsche Bank is receiving renewed attention after reports that US investigators asked the bank for information on accounts held by the president, his family, and associates.

Trump's relationship with the massive German bank dates back roughly 20 years and has taken many twists and turns. Now, that relationship could find itself at the center of special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.

The president's association with the German bank was born in the late 1990s, when major Wall Street firms would no longer loan Trump money following a series of disastrous ventures such as the Trump Shuttle and Trump's Atlantic City casinos.

Due to his bankruptcies Trump ended up seeking Russian Mob Money to finance his deals. Deutsche Bank was the front the Russian Mob did business through. Donald Trump's dealings with Deutsche Bank began as the Russian Mob was taking over NYC and Trump relied about them as his last source of funding.

Trump's relationship with Deutsche Bank began in 1998, when a group of real-estate bankers gave Trump a $125 million loan for renovations to his 40 Wall Street property. Deutsche Bank's real estate business had only been in operation for a year at that point, so the group, led by Mike Offit, was willing to take a risk on Trump, who was essentially blacklisted by the major Wall Street firms, Bloomberg reported.

Deutsche Bank soon financed the construction of Trump World Tower in New York City near the United Nations and backed his failed bid at redeveloping the site of the New York Coliseum, Bloomberg wrote.

The bank provided Trump with a $640 million construction loan in 2005 to assist him in building the Trump International Hotel and Tower in Chicago. But the project neared completion right as the financial crisis hit.

That led to Trump suing a group of lenders led by Deutsche Bank for $3 billion, rather than repay part of the loan when its due date came. Trump used what was an unusual defense, known as "force majeure," which allows for an extension to pay back a loan under extraordinary circumstances. Trump claimed the financial crisis was the equivalent of a "once-in-a-century credit tsunami" and similar to an earthquake.

Deutsche Bank countersued Trump, and the two parties later settled. They continued doing business together after the settlement.

Deutsche Bank also lends to Trump's family, including most prominently his son-in-law and White House senior adviser Jared Kushner.

Prior to Trump's election as president last fall, his financial disclosures showed he held roughly $360 million in debt to the bank, with about $125 million in two mortgages for one of the president's major Florida golf courses, Trump National Doral, The Washington Post reported.

Trump's debt to Deutsche Bank also included loans for Trump's Chicago building and the Trump International Hotel in Washington, DC.

That became a major issue prior to Trump's taking office as ethicists and others demanded that he sever himself from his businesses and financial entanglements. The bank sought to restructure Trump's debt, but as Bloomberg reported, that effort stalled in late March.

At the same time, Deutsche Bank was under investigation by the Justice Department for both its role in a "mirror trading" scheme with Russian oligarchs that allowed them to launder cash out of Russia in the face of US sanctions, and for its mortgage practices amid the financial crisis, which regulators sought a $14 billion fine for. Deutsche Bank ended up settling with the government on the mortgage front for $7.2 billion just days before Trump took office in January.

Deutsche Bank basically breaks every rule all the time. They're paying fines all over the place. That's just the cost of doing business for them. in 2016 they were fined 60 million for fixing the price of Gold.

Besides their evil nature, Deutsche Bank is also one of the TOO BIG TO FAIL BANKS that has only gotten bigger since the GREAT RECESSION. The International Momentary Fund signaled out Deutsche Bank as the most dangerous bank in the world. In banking danger stems from business, size and linkage. All three are a problem for the firm, the German and the European economy.