Deutsche bank says it has financial records tied to President Donald Trump - and they include tax returns.
The records are also tied to three of Trump's children.
However its not clear whose records the bank has - because names were redacted in a Tuesday (August 28) filing.
U.S. House comittees are seeking those records by a subpoena.
They asked the bank in April to give financial records belonging to the president, his businesses plus Ivanka, Eric and Donald Trump Jr. Deutschebank disclosed it had the returns in a letter filed in federal appeals court in New York.
The bank has long been a lender for Trump's real estate business.
A disclosure form in 2017 showed he had at least $130 of liabilities in the bank.
Capital One, a second bank subpeanoed in the congressional probe said it did not have any records related to the congressional subpoenas.
Trump sued to stop the banks from handing over the records.
A district court ruled against the president, and he appealed.
That sent the case to the second circuit court, which has not yet issued a ruling.