Senior Ex-Deutsche Bank Exec Linked To Millions In Donald Trump Loans Commits Suicide | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Senior Ex-Deutsche Bank Exec Linked To Millions In Donald Trump Loans Commits Suicide

During the past few years we extensively covered a bizarre surge in banker suicides, pointing out the various conspiracy theories linking various high-level bank executives and inside scandals at the very highest levels across financial institutions, and no bank had more high profile suicides than Deutsche Bank.

Fast forward to this week when Thomas Bowers, a former Deutsche Bank executive and head of the bank's US private wealth-management division (i.e., the group catering to ultra wealthy clients), killed himself by hanging in his Malibu residence last Tuesday, November 19th, according to the coroner’s initial report. Bowers was 55.

But what is most remarkable is that according to a March 2019 report by the same David Enrich, Bowers was boss to Trump’s personal banker Rosemary Vrablic, who according to the NYT report helped steer more than $300 million in loans to Donald J. Trump in the years before he was elected president.

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