Two Deutsche Financial institution workers accountable for lending to President Donald Trump and his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, have resigned.

“Rosemary Vrablic and Dominic Scalzi have tendered their resignations to Deutsche Financial institution efficient as of year-end, which was accepted by the financial institution,” Deutsche Financial institution AG

mentioned in a press release Tuesday.

The New York Times first reported the departures.

Vrablic has been a longtime managing director and senior banker in Deutsche Financial institution’s wealth administration division, and helped handle a whole bunch of millions of dollars lent to Trump over time, the Instances reported.

Scalzi reportedly labored intently together with her, and the 2 continued the financial institution’s non-public relationship with Trump after the industrial aspect stopped doing enterprise with him, accusing Trump of being a habitual deadbeat.

By way of Vrablic, Deutsche Financial institution has lent the Trump Group greater than $300 million, in line with the Instances.

In August, the Times reported Deutsche Financial institution was reviewing a 2013 real-estate deal involving Vrablic and Scalzi and an organization partly owned by Kushner.

The Trump Group is underneath parallel fraud investigations by the New York Attorney General and the Manhattan district lawyer’s workplace, which have both subpoenaed Deutsche Bank for information.