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H.Res. 442 (115th): Of inquiry directing the Secretary of the Treasury to provide certain documents in the Secretary’s possession to the House of Representatives relating to President Trump’s financial connections to Russia, certain illegal financial schemes, and related information.

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The summary below was written by the Congressional Research Service, which is a nonpartisan division of the Library of Congress, and was published on Jul 28, 2017.

(This measure has not been amended since it was introduced. The summary of that version is repeated here.)

Directs the Department of the Treasury to furnish the House of Representatives copies of documents and communications that explicitly reference: (1) forms of credit extended by Deutsche Bank AG, the Bayrock Group LLC, Vnesheconombank Group, Sberbank of Russia, Alfa Group, VTB Group, Gazprombank, or any subsidiary or affiliate thereof, or by the Russian government or any Russian senior foreign political figure, to President Trump, specified family members or associates, any such individual in connection with specified properties in New York, any Trump-owned, -branded, -licensed, or -managed hotel, casino,or golf course previously identified by the Treasury, the Imperial Pacific International Holdings Ltd., or the Best Sunshine Live Casino; (2) any financial accounts located outside of the United States of President Trump or such family members or associates; (3) Deutsche Bank AG's 2011 mirror trading scheme; (4) the Russian Laundromat (Global Laundromat) and the Moldovan Scheme; (5) any money laundering violations involving such individuals, businesses, or property; (6) any violations of U.S. sanctions, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act of 1977, or the Logan Act by such persons or entities; (7) any business rule developed by the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network to screen data under the Federal Deposit Insurance Act or the Bank Secrecy Act to identify financial transactions involving Russian senior foreign political figures or President Trump or such family members or associates; and (8) Egmont Group requests made to a foreign Financial Intelligence Unit pertaining to the financial transactions of such individuals.