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Even More Bad News For Deutsche Bank

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Even More Bad News For Deutsche Bank

Even More Bad News For Deutsche Bank

Deutsche Bank is being investigated by the US Department of Justice.

The investigation was part of a wider probe of the 1MDB scandal, the Wall Street Journal reported.

The New York Times also reported that compliance staff at the German bank raised concerns about its deals with Jeffrey Epstein's firm.

Business Insider reports they were overruled by senior managers at the bank.

The reports add to Deutsche Bank's woes.

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