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Deutsche & Other Banks Need To Disclose Their Connection With Kushner To Regulators


02/28/2018


Banks were requested by the “New York State Department of Financial Services” to provide details regarding the Kushner connection.



Deutsche & Other Banks Need To Disclose Their Connection With Kushner To Regulators
The Banking regulators of New York state demanded information from “Deutsche Bank AG” as well as “two other lenders”, whereby the banks have to reveal their “relationship” details with the Senior Adviser of White House, Jared Kushner along with his “family members” and also the connection with Kushner “family’s real estate company”, informed a source “familiar with the matter”.
 
Reuters report stated:
“The New York State Department of Financial Services made the requests to Deutsche Bank, Signature Bank and New York Community Bank a week ago, the person said”.
 
References:
reuters.com







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