Midweek Roundup: Deutsche Bank Hit with German AML Fine, Germany’s FIU Discovers More Wirecard-linked STRs, and More

German authorities dropped their prosecution of Deutsche Bank but imposed a €13.5 million fine on the lender for failing to promptly report more than 600 suspicious transactions it processed for Danske Bank's branch in Estonia from 2010 to 2015, the Financial Times reported. More Deutsche Bank flagged as suspicious at least one of multiple payments worth a combined $50 million that the financier behind private equity group Apollo Global Management, Leon Black, made to the late Jeffrey Epstein after Epstein's 2008 conviction for soliciting sex from an underage girl, the Financial Times reported, citing sources. More Germany's financial intelligence unit...