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German Police Search Deutsche Bank HQ In AML Probe

Law360, London (November 29, 2018, 11:35 AM GMT) -- German police raided the headquarters of Deutsche Bank AG in Frankfurt and five other premises early on Thursday in an investigation into allegations of money laundering, the city's public prosecutor said.

Some 170 police and federal officials have searched Deutsche Bank’s headquarters and five other premises in Frankfurt as they investigate allegations of money laundering by staff at the lender. (AP) The bank’s offices were searched in an operation involving 170 police, officials from the federal criminal office and tax investigators, the Frankfurt prosecutor’s office said.

The investigations are directed against two Deutsche staff members aged 50 and 46, as well...

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