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Deutsche Bank (DB) co-CEO Jurgen Fitschen and CFO Stefan Krause have been caught up in an...

Deutsche Bank (DB) co-CEO Jurgen Fitschen and CFO Stefan Krause have been caught up in an investigation into whether staff attempted to avoid sales tax on carbon trading. Authorities are looking into whether Fitschen and Krause were involved with the signing of certain tax forms. Bank offices in Frankfurt, Düsseldorf and Berlin were raided yesterday and five people arrested, although not Fitschen or Krause.
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  • Tony Petroski
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    "Caught up in an investigation?"

     

    Trying to avoid sales tax on carbon trading?

     

    The Euronuts are farther gone than I thought. Can investigations into bad thoughts about carbon trading be too far off?

     

    Is there a concentration camp being prepared for those who vote to warm up the planet?
    13 Dec 2012, 07:55 AM Reply Like
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