March 24, 2023

Deutsche Bank Offices Raided By Police On Money Laundering Concerns

The bank’s offices in Frankfurt are increasingly being searched by law enforcement authorities “after the lender flagged potential money laundering, ” Bloomberg reported.

It looks as though Chief Executive Christian Sewing could actually be attempting to clean things up at Deutsche Bank, after years of regulatory issues at the bank. In fact , Deutsche Bank headquarters is reportedly being searched at this moment as part of an ongoing money laundering case that it appears the bank tipped off regulators to.  

The bank’s offices in Frankfurt are being searched by law enforcement authorities “ after the lender flagged potential money laundering, ” Bloomberg wrote on Friday morning.

The raid includes officials from  the Frankfurt prosecutors office and Germany’s BKA federal police, the report continues. The searches are taking place following the decision by a Frankfurt court, the report says.  

Additionally ,   representatives of financial regulator BaFin were also involved in the search, Reuters reported.  

Deutsche Bank said in a statement that the search  relates to “ reports made by the bank of suspected money laundering” and the bank said it is “ cooperation [sic] fully with authorities”. Reuters  confirmed   that the search was due to a tip from the bank, stating “ the search involved suspicious transactions it had itself passed on to authorities”.  

“ Police officers are present in and around Deutsche Bank’s Frankfurt headquarters”, Bloomberg confirmed Friday morning. However , one witness told Reuters “ there was no sign of authorities outside the bank’s headquarters on Friday”.

Deutsche Bank made the following  statement :

“ This is an investigative measure by the Frankfurt public prosecutor’s office regarding the suspicious activity reports filed by the bank. Deutsche Bank is fully cooperating with the authorities. ”

Meanwhile, Deutsche has been under the microscope for potential money laundering for years, facing not quite $700 million in fines for  trades that authorities said were used to illegally launder money.

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