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Trump Banker’s Deutsche Bank Exit Prompted by Property Deal

  • Rosemary Vrablic was ‘permitted to resign,’ bank tells Finra
  • Banker was involved in real estate deal with Jared Kushner
Rosemary Vrablic in 2013.
Rosemary Vrablic in 2013.Photographer: Michael Nagle/Redux
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Rosemary Vrablic, the longtime banker for Donald Trump, left Deutsche Bank AG in December after an internal investigation found she engaged in “undisclosed activities” related to a real estate deal.

Vrablic was “permitted to resign” as a result of the probe, according to a disclosure by the bank on the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority’s BrokerCheck service. The activities included “the purchase of the property from a client-managed entity, and the formation of an unapproved outside entity to hold the investment,” the bank said in the disclosure.