Deutsche Bank’s ‘undocumented’ deal with rogue bank to keep dirty money flowing

After the S&P Global Market Intelligence news service published my three-part series into rogue Cypriot bank FBME’s activities, we received more confidential documents from sources keen to expose the depth of the abuses that took place at this firm. And some of those documents revealed that top German bank and one of the world’s most important lenders — Deutsche Bank — had cut a secret deal with FBME to process anonymous money transfers from its clients — including some who had links with financing the Syrian chemical weapons program, the Russian mafia, fraud, forgery and corruption. The arrangement, which lasted several years and breached international regulations, only came to light because during my research I obtained notes taken by lawyers hired by FBME to contain the bank’s legal problems.

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