Deutsche Bundesbank

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Group.png Deutsche Bundesbank  
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HeadquartersFrankfurt, Germany
LeaderGerman Federal Bank/President

The German Federal Bank (or Deutsche Bundesbank) is the central bank of Germany.

September 11, 2001

The German Central bank studied the possibility of insider trading on 9/11. The Bundesbank President Ernst Welteke reports that they found “almost irrefutable proof of insider trading”.[1] Welteke stated that “What we found makes us sure that people connected to the terrorists must have been trying to profit from this tragedy.”[2] The SEC did not investigate further.

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  2. William Drozdiak, “‘Insider trading’ by terrorists is suspected in Europe”, Miami Herald, September 24, 2001, cs/099922.htm

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