Deutsche Bank Executive Who Approved Trump's Loans Commits Suicide
Trigger Warning: Suicide.
A former Deutsche Bank executive and head of the American wealth-management division, Thomas Bowers, committed suicide in Malibu, California, on November 19th, according to Forensic News.
Bowers, 55, was the boss of President Trump’s personal banker Rosemary Vrablic, whose other clients have included Jared Kushner and Stephen M. Ross.
Trump, through Vrablic, used loans from Deutsche Bank to finance skyscrapers and his other high-end properties, which were approved by Bowers.
Federal investigators had asked about Bowers and documents that he might have in the FBI’s investigation into Deutsche Bank, according to a source who has direct knowledge of the inquiry. Another source stated that Bowers would have acted as a gatekeeper for financial documents for the bank’s wealthiest clients.
The Los Angeles County Medical Examiner/Coroner released that Bowers died by suicide by hanging.