Deutsche Bank Kept Epstein’s Money Moving as Red Flags Flew

July 7, 2020, 10:59 PM

When Deutsche Bank AG sought out Jeffrey Epstein as a client, he was a convicted Florida sex offender with a publicized taste for young eastern European women.

The bank helped him send millions of dollars to his alleged co-conspirators. It handled transfers to women with Russian bank accounts. And it didn’t fuss when the financier’s personal lawyer asked how much cash he could withdraw without drawing attention -- after which the lawyer showed up scores of times to collect the maximum, $7,500 per trip.

With these and other efforts to keep the late financier’s money flowing over a half-decade beginning ...

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