Why did Steven Feinberg of Cerberus (DynCorp) become a major stockholder of Deutsche Bank in November of 2017? bloomberg.com/news/articles/…
Another major owner (10%) of Deutsche Bank : "The Chinese company agreed in January to buy SkyBridge Capital, an investment firm owned by Anthony Scaramucci, a flamboyant former campaign fund-raiser for Mr. Trump" nytimes.com/2017/05/03/bus…
But it didn't happen. "HNA announced its intention to buy the majority of SkyBridge in January 2017. The terms were never made public. The two companies aimed to close the deal within six months"

"reuters.com/article/us-sky…
His own private verticalized Blackwater: The 777 acre Tier One facility. The Remington Group and DynCorp . newyorker.com/business/curre…
The only person that seems to be drilling down on the Trumponian, Broidylicious, Erik Prince-ness of ROTC guy Steven Feinberg is @stephenwitt
Who else has a ten acre live fire wadi for their friends? t1g.com
2017: "Deutsche faces various legal proceedings in the US, including an investigation by the Department of Justice into a Russian money-laundering scheme for which the bank paid about $600m of fines to other regulators in January."
ft.com/content/8c6d9d…
"#DeutscheBank AG's U.S. securities division agreed to pay a US$1.4 million fine to the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority on Wednesday to settle charges that it violated reporting and supervisory rules related to equity and municipal bond trades". channelnewsasia.com/news/business/…
2017: "The latest fines penalize Deutsche Bank (DB)'s failure to deal with a stock-trading scheme that enabled some of its clients in Russia to improperly move huge sums of money out of the country and into offshore accounts, according to regulators."money.cnn.com/2017/01/31/inv…
And there you go. ft.com/content/cfe762…

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