Dark towers : Deutsche Bank, Donald Trump, and an epic trail of destruction / David Enrich.
- 0 of 2 copies available at Bethlehem Area Public Library System.
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|Bethlehem Main Library||332.15 (Text)||33062009266108||New Adult Non-Fiction||On Holds Shelf||-|
|Bethlehem Main Library||332.15 (Text)||33062009277899||New Adult Non-Fiction||Checked Out||07/28/2020|
- ISBN: 9780062878816
- ISBN: 0062878816
- Physical Description: x, 402 pages ; 24 cm
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: New York, NY : Custom House, 
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||
Includes bibliographical references (pages 367-390) and index.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Author's note -- Prologue -- A criminal enterprise -- Edson and Bill -- Wall Street's great migration -- Forces of darkness -- Project Osprey -- Trump's bankers -- Riptide -- The last day -- Ackermann -- The Mar-a-lago prize -- Der inder -- Fireman -- "This guy is a danger" -- The pendulum swings -- Clueless old man -- Rosemary Vrablic -- Anshu ascendant -- Dumping ground -- 5,777 requests for information -- Stress -- Valentin -- Life extinct -- Everything is upside down -- No reason for concern -- Poor brilliant Bill -- The North Koreans -- No confidence -- Trump endeavor 12 LLC -- The damage I have done -- Person of interest -- Siena -- Rosemary is the boss -- Do not utter the word "Trump" -- Spycraft -- A note from the president -- Epilogue.
"A searing exposé by an award-winning journalist of the most scandalous bank in the world, including its shadowy ties to Donald Trump's business empire"-- Provided by publisher.
In 2014 the death of Bill Broeksmith, a senior executive at Deutsche Bank was a mystery, made more so by the bank's efforts to deter investigation. Enrich traces bank's history back to the 1880s; to helping the Nazis build Auschwitz, and wooing Eastern Bloc authoritarians. He shows how in the 1990s Deutsche made a decision to pursue Wall Street riches, often at the expense of ethics and the law: scamming investors, defrauding regulators, and laundering money for Russian oligarchs. Deutsche also started doing business with a self-promoting real estate magnate nearly every other bank in the world deemed too dangerous to touch: Donald Trump. -- adapted from jacket
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