Banker For Donald Trump And Jared Kushner Being Investigated By Deutsche Bank
Donald Trump and Jared Kushner’s personal banker from Deutsche Bank is being investigated by her employer. Two reports revealed that the investigation is regarding her buying a New York condo that is partially owned by Kushner. The bank became aware of the possible conflict through the financial disclosures turned in by Ivanka Trump and Kushner.
The banker in question is Rosemary Vrablic and two of her coworkers were all involved in the purchase of the property which cost $1.5 million in 2013 by Bergel 715 Associates. The purchase was first revealed by The New York Times on Sunday which also revealed that the property was sold in 2015 for $1.85 million.
Kushner and Ivanka revealed that Bergel 715 gave them between $1million to $5 million in 2019 through the financial disclosures. The disclosures were filed on Friday. A source with intimate knowledge of the situation said Kushner did own a part of the property at the time of Vrablic’s purchase but that money given to Kushner and Ivanka had nothing to do with it.
Deutsche Bank says their investigation will uncover whether Vrablic did anything illegal by making the purchase. Bank spokesman Daniel Hunter said of the situation, “The bank will closely examine the information that came to light on Friday and the [facts] from 2013.”
During the time of the purchase, Vrablic was the banker for both, Kushner and Trump after Kushner introduced Trump to her as a solution to his banking problem. At the time Trump was being turned down by every banker due to his several bankruptcies and failures.
Read the full report here.