Deutsche Bank Will Pay More Than $100 Million to Delay Foreign Bribery Charges

In the final days of the Donald Trump presidency, his bank of choice — Deutsche Bank — will pay more than $100 million to delay prosecution by the Justice Department for allegedly violating foreign bribery laws, reportedly involving efforts to win business in China and other countries.



a statue in front of a building: FRANKFURT AM MAIN, GERMANY - FEBRUARY 01: A branch of the German bank Deutsche Bank pictured with a sculpture of the 'Gutenberg' monument on February 1, 2018 in Frankfurt, Germany. Deutsche Bank will announce financial results for 2017 tomorrow. CEO John Cryan has reportedly said the bank had its third straight year of losses but that it will continue on the restructuring course he is leading.


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FRANKFURT AM MAIN, GERMANY – FEBRUARY 01: A branch of the German bank Deutsche Bank pictured with a sculpture of the ‘Gutenberg’ monument on February 1, 2018 in Frankfurt, Germany. Deutsche Bank will announce financial results for 2017 tomorrow. CEO John Cryan has reportedly said the bank