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Under the FDIC rules, creditors like banks are only required to retain records for 25 months. But they normally will retain records up to 7 years, as that is the same period of time that credit entries remain on a person's credit report..
So there is very little chance that they would have records older than 7 years..
But with regard to the subpoena, you can't provide what you don't have or can't get. So you only have to give them what you personally have or what you can request from the bank under their records retention policy.