The Bank's letter is the latest development in the House House's slow march in the search for Trump's tax returns, highlighting the possibility that Democrats holding the House of Representatives could see the tax returns in a short time if Congress declares Lawsuit wins.
In this case, the company asks Deutsche Bank for financial records for Trump, his children Donald Trump Jr., Eric Trump and Ivanka Trump, immediate family members, the Trump organization, Trust and other Trump-controlled companies, as well as two Persons or organizations whose names are kept under wraps. Trump fights the summons of the banks in court, so that the banks had yet to submit documents. Trump has lost in court, and the subpoenas are currently being reviewed by a federal appeals court in New York.
"Based on the current state of knowledge of Deutsche Bank and the results of extensive searches already carried out, the bank has tax returns," said Deutsche Bank to the court on Tuesday with tax returns would go to the house when the summons is met, but these names are edited in the Public Court file.
The bank also has tax returns from "immediate family members" of the persons named in the summons who could be handed over to the house if the summons is upheld.
Capital One separately tells the court that there are no tax returns that would fall under another Trump-related summons to the House. Capital One has been subpoenaed for trusting Trump, the Trump Organization, hotel and other annual reports, and Trump is also fighting it.
It is not known yet whether the Appeals Tribunal will allow secrecy of names in Deutsche Bank's letter. The court also did not decide if the summonses of the house are valid.
The bank argued in its statement filed on Tuesday that there are "legal, contractual and data protection concerns" whose tax return they do not want to call that would fall under the summons spring 201
The question of whether the banks had Trump's tax returns – and whether they would be turned over if the house's summonses were allowed – became a bone of contention on Friday's US Court of Appeals.
A Deutsche Bank lawyer would not initially respond by asking if the contested bank, which is known for lending to Trump, would have the tax return when the court asked for the summons during verbal disputes. This is one of several cases in which Trump challenges the demands of various committees of the House for records of his financial past.
CNN's Sabrina Shulman contributed to this report.