Aareal Bank | HQ: Wiesbaden
Aareal Bank AG is one of the leading international specialist property banks. The Bank has offices on three continents – in Europe, North America and Asia. The Structured Property Financing segment provides property financing solutions for national and international clients. The Consulting/Services segment offers services for the housing and the commercial property industry as well as for the energy and waste disposal market. Total assets: EUR 41,814 million (as of December 31, 2011). Net profit: EUR 76 million (2010), EUR 114 million (2011).
AKA Bank | HQ: Frankfurt am Main
AKA Bank is a credit institution in the secondary market. Product range: Financing, refinancing, assumption of risk and services in connection with short-, medium- and long term export transactions as well as other international business. Total assets: €2.9 billion (as of December 31, 2009).
Baader Bank | HQ: Unterschleissheim
Baader Bank AG is Germany's leading specialist in securities trading and expert in all services in financial instruments. Since its IPO on 1 August 1994, the company has steadily expanded its areas or business and is now offering a large number of capital market services in addition to classical stock exchange trading.
BayernLB | HQ: Munich
BayernLB (Bayerische Landesbank) is one of the leading commercial banks for large and Mittelstand customers in Germany and a strong, regionally focused corporate and real estate financier with a balanced risk profile. As a member of the Sparkassen Finanzgruppe, BayernLB offers its close partners, the savings banks, a wide range of products while also acting as central bank within the Association. The Bank serves its retail customers mostly through its subsidiary DKB.
Berenberg Bank | HQ: Hamburg
Berenberg Bank (Joh. Berenberg, Gossler & Co. KG) is the oldest bank in Germany. The Bank operates in four segments: Private Banking, Investment Banking, Asset Management, and Commercial Banking. With more than EUR 28 billion in assets under management, Berenberg is one of the world's leading private banks. Total assets: EUR 4.3 billion (as of December 31, 2012). Net profit: EUR 56 million (2011), EUR 60 million (2012).
Berliner Bank | HQ: Berlin
Berliner Bank AG is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Deutsche Bank Privat- Und Geschaftskunden AG. Bank offers a full array of banking products and services to businesses, professionals, individuals, developers and commercial property owners.
Commerzbank | HQ: Frankfurt am Main
Commerzbank AG is the second largest credit institution in Germany, and one of Europe's major banks. Commerzbank is mainly active in commercial banking, retail banking and mortgaging. Investment banking, capital market, equities, and corporate banking operations are now integrated as a division of the Commerzbank group. Total assets: €676 billion (as of September 30, 2012). Net profit: €1.43 billion (2010), €638 million (2011).
DAB bank | HQ: Munich
DAB Bank AG (Die Direkt Anlage Bank) provides online brokerage and securities-related services to individual investors and business customers primarily in Germany. The Bank offers a range of services related to capital accumulation and asset protection utilizing securities, as well as financial planning, investment products, investment advice, retirement savings, financing, and insurance. DAB Bank AG is a subsidiary of Bayerische Hypo-und Vereinsbank AG. At June 30, 2011, the total assets of the DAB bank Group amounted to EUR 3.38 billion. Net profit: EUR 4.23 million (2Q 2011).
Degussa Bank | HQ: Frankfurt am Main
Degussa Bank GmbH is a private bank in Germany. The Bank is engaged in general banking activities, with a concentration in clearing systems, foreign exchange and credit transactions. Degussa Bank is represented by more than 180 locations throughout Germany with a staff of approx. 500 who serve over 150 thousand private customers.
Deutsche Apotheker- und Ärztebank | HQ: Dusseldorf
Deutsche Apotheker- und Ärztebank (apoBank) is the financial specialist for medical professions and the largest primary cooperative bank in Germany. The company's primary activities consist of loans for small and medium-sized enterprises (SME), deposits in domestic and foreign currencies, including checking and savings accounts.
Deutsche Bank | HQ: Frankfurt am Main
Deutsche Bank AG is a leading global investment bank with a strong and profitable private clients franchise. A leader in Germany and Europe, the bank is continuously growing in North America, Asia and key emerging markets. As of December 31, 2010, the Company operated in 74 countries out of 3,083 branches worldwide, of which 68 % were in Germany. Total assets: EUR 1,649 billion (as of December 31, 2013). Net income: EUR 2.3 billion (2010), EUR 4.3 billion (2011), EUR 315 million (2012), EUR 1,082 million (2013).
Deutsche Bundesbank | HQ: Frankfurt am Main
The Deutsche Bundesbank is the central bank of the Federal Republic of Germany and as such part of the European System of Central Banks (ESCB). Due to its strength and former size, the Bundesbank is the most influential member of the ESCB. Both the Deutsche Bundesbank and the European Central Bank (ECB) are located in Frankfurt am Main.
Deutsche Hypothekenbank | HQ: Hannover
Deutsche Hypothekenbank AG is one of the most respected German Pfandbrief banks. The Bank provides financing and consultancy services to the real estate industry. It also engages in the construction of residential buildings for investment purposes, as well as in the capital market transactions with German and foreign market operators. Deutsche Hypothekenbank is a subsidiary of NORD/LB, one of the largest commercial banks in Germany. Total assets: €34 billion (as of June 30, 2011).
Deutsche Pfandbriefbank AG | HQ: Unterschleißheim
Deutsche Pfandbriefbank AG was formed in mid-2009 by the merger of Hypo Real Estate Bank AG and DEPFA Deutsche Pfandbriefbank AG. pbb Deutsche Pfandbriefbank is a leading European specialist bank for public sector and real estate financing. The main funding instrument is the German Pfandbrief, of which the Bank is one of the largest providers on the market. pbb Deutsche Pfandbriefbank is active on markets in Germany and other European countries.
Deutsche Postbank | HQ: Bonn
Deutsche Postbank AG (former Deutsche Bundespost) is a retail bank and is a part of Deutsche Bank, the biggest bank in Germany. Postbank provides a wide range of financial services including retail banking, insurance, and loans. Total assets: EUR 214.68 billion (as of December 31, 2010). Net profit: EUR 138 million (2010).
Deutsche Schiffsbank | HQ: Bremen
Deutsche Schiffsbank is one of the leading ship finance banks in the world with joint headquarters in Bremen and Hamburg. We offer our German and international business partners in the maritime industry tailor-made financing in all customary currencies for newbuildings and the purchase of second-hand tonnage, generally in the form of long-term ship mortgage loans. Deutsche Schiffsbank is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Commerzbank AG.
Dresdner Bank | HQ: Frankfurt am Main
Dresdner Bank AG was one of largest banking corporations in Germany. Since 2002, Dresdner Bank has been a wholly-owned subsidiary of the insurance corporation Allianz. In May 2009 Dresdner Bank merged with Commerzbank.
DZ Bank | HQ: Frankfurt am Main
DZ BANK - a central bank and a commercial bank with a strong position in one-stop financial services. DZ BANK acts as the provider of know-how on every aspect of international business for the German cooperative banking group.
Eurohypo | HQ: Eschborn
Eurohypo AG is the professional international bank for commercial real estate and public sector finance. As a quality provider with detailed market knowledge and a reliable partner for professional real estate customers, our bank is one of the leading real estate financing establishments in Europe. Eurohypo is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Commerzbank.
European Central Bank (ECB) | HQ: Frankfurt am Main
The European Central Bank (ECB) is the central bank for Europe's single currency, the euro. The ECB's main task is to maintain the euro's purchasing power and thus price stability in the euro area. ECB is one of the world's most important central banks, responsible for monetary policy covering the 17 member countries of the Eurozone. The Bank was established on 1 June 1998. The organisation of the ECB is modelled on that of the German Bundesbank and Landesbanken.
Fidor Bank | HQ: Munich
Fidor Bank AG provides online banking products and services in Germany. The Bank provides a wide range of financial products and services including direct loans, credits, and construction and housing loans, community banking services, and insurance products, such as car, term life, and disability insurance products.
GLS Bank | HQ: Bochum
The GLS Bank (GLS Gemeinschaftsbank eG) focuses on cultural, social and ecological projects in Germany. The Bank offers its savers the usual range of financial products: current accounts, savings accounts, savings certificates, investment funds, bank membership. Total assets: EUR 2,262 million (as of December 31, 2011).
Helaba | HQ: Frankfurt am Main
Helaba Landesbank Hessen-Thüringen is one of the leading banks in Frankfurt financial centre. It is the group bank for savings banks, Landesbank and public sector banks located in the two federal states and their municipalities, as well as a commercial bank with orientation to wholesale customer business. Helaba is an institution incorporated under public law.
HSBC Trinkaus | HQ: Dusseldorf
HSBC Trinkaus & Burkhardt AG is a German financial services company providing a range of banking and financial services and products worldwide. HSBC Trinkaus is in a unique position among the German banks: part of a global network as HSBC in Germany and with local connections as a private bank since 1785. The Company operates in four business segments: Private Banking, Corporate Banking, Institutional Clients, and Global Markets. Total assets: €18.584 billion, market capitalisation: €2.5 billion (as of December 31, 2010).
HSH Nordbank | HQ: Hamburg
HSH Nordbank AG is a commercial bank in northern Europe with headquarters in Hamburg. The Bank provides various financial services in Europe, Asia, and North America. HSH Nordbank provides long term project finance, related liquidity management, risk management products, real estate financing, commodities and commodity-derivatives, equity products and equity derivatives, fixed income products, funding, FX products, securitization, and structured whole-sale products to financial institutions, asset managers, insurance companies, institutional investors, and other financial institutions. Total assets: €133.4 billion (as of March 31, 2012).
HypoVereinsbank (HVB) | HQ: Munich
HypoVereinsbank AG (HVB, formerly Bayerische Hypo- und Vereinsbank AG) is one of the largest banks in Germany. HVB operates in three primary financial services sectors including corporate and investment banking, retail banking, and private banking. Corporate and investment banking accounts for more than three-fourths of its revenue. HypoVereinsbank is a part of UniCredit Group, one of the largest banking and financial services organisations in Europe.
IKB Deutsche Industriebank AG | HQ: Dusseldorf
IKB Deutsche Industriebank is a specialist bank for corporate financing in Germany and Europe. Its target groups are small and medium-sized enterprises as well as international enterprises and private-equity funds.
KfW Banking Group | HQ: Frankfurt am Main
KfW Banking Group (KfW Bankengruppe, KfW) is a German government-owned development bank designed to assist developing countries and the German economy. Its name originally comes from Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau, meaning Reconstruction Credit Institute.
Landesbank Baden-Württemberg (LBBW) | HQ: Stuttgart
Landesbank Baden-Württemberg (LBBW) is a universal bank and an international commercial bank. Together with its regional retail banks Baden-Württembergische Bank (BW-Bank), Rheinland-Pfalz Bank and Sachsen Bank, it offers the whole range of products and services typical of a modern large bank. Total assets: around EUR 417 billion (as of 30 June 2010).
Landesbank Berlin AG | HQ: Berlin
Landesbank Berlin AG is the universal bank headquartered in the German capital. Its business model is built on four pillars: Retail Banking and Regional Corporate Banking, in which the Bank has an excellent position as an innovative, customer-oriented bank; Capital Markets, for which we offer selected activities and Real Estate Financing, which is focused on the requirements of investors and residential development companies throughout Germany.
M.M.Warburg & CO | HQ: Hamburg
M.M.Warburg & CO is one of the largest private banks in Germany. The Bank operates in three business segments: private banking, asset management and investment banking. The bank has offices at Cologne, Berlin, and Frankfurt.
Metzler Bank | HQ: Frankfurt am Main
Metzler Bank (B. Metzler seel. Sohn & Co.) is the oldest German private bank still owned exclusively by the founding family. The bank has offices in Munich, Stuttgart, Cologne/Duesseldorf, Hamburg, Atlanta, Los Angeles, New York, Seattle, Tokyo and Dublin providing the full range of services expected of an international investment bank.
Norddeutsche Landesbank (NORD/LB) | HQ: Hanover
Norddeutsche Landesbank (NORD/LB) is a German landesbank and one of the largest commercial banks in Germany. NORD/LB is the state bank for the federal states of Lower Saxony and Saxony-Anhalt. In these two federal states and in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania the bank performs the functions of a central and clearing bank for the savings banks (Girozentrale). NORD/LB also operates branches in Hamburg, Düsseldorf and Schwerin as well as in London, New York, Shanghai and Singapore. The bank also has representative offices in Beijing, Mumbai and Moscow. Total assets: € 228.6 billion (as of September 30, 2011).
NRW.BANK | HQ: Düsseldorf
NRW.BANK offers the full range of financial development products – in its business segments business start-up and mid-market development, social housing promotion, infrastructure funding and municipal finance. Total assets: EUR 149 billion (as of December 31, 2012).
Quirin Bank | HQ: Berlin
quirin bank AG provides various banking services primarily in Germany. The Bank operates in three business segments: Business Process Outsourcing, Investment Banking, and Private Banking. The Business Process Outsourcing segment provides professional outsourcing solutions to private banks, foreign banks, brokers, and special institutes. The Investment Banking segment offers consulting services and supports small and mid caps in preparing and completing capital market transactions. The Private Banking segment provides asset support, asset management, and portfolio consulting services to private customers.
Santander Consumer Bank | HQ: Mönchengladbach
Santander Consumer Bank AG is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Santander Group (Spain). Bank offers a full array of banking products and services to businesses, professionals, individuals, developers, and commercial property owners in Germany.
Stadtsparkasse Augsburg | HQ: Augsburg
Stadtsparkasse Augsburg provides personal banking, business banking, trust and estate services, brokerage and wealth management services.
Stadtsparkasse Düsseldorf | HQ: Düsseldorf
Stadtsparkasse Düsseldorf is the leading bank for Düsseldorf and the surrounding region. We hold a market share of more than 60% in private customers and more than 40% in corporate customers. We are working successfully with our own global network of correspondents and are limited partners of S-CountryDesk GmbH, the international network of the Savings Banks Finance Group. Total assets: €11.7 billion (2009).
Standard Chartered Bank (Germany) | HQ: Frankfurt am Main
Standard Chartered Bank (Germany) is a branch of the London-headquartered Standard Chartered Bank. The Group has operated for over 150 years in some of the world's most dynamic markets, leading the way in Asia, Africa and the Middle East and is listed on both the London and the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. Consumer Banking in Germany offers private customers tailored short- and mid-term financing solutions.
Steubing | HQ: Frankfurt am Main
Steubing AG (former Wolfgang Steubing GmbH Börsenmakler) is an independent securities trading bank. Trading and electronic order routing in listed shares, bonds, certificates and warrants form the core of the company's business activities. Steubing AG operates on all German stock exchanges and, in addition, has direct online access to around 50 international trading centres.
Toyota Kreditbank | HQ: Cologne
Toyota Kreditbank Gmbh operates as a subsidiary of Toyota Financial Services Corporation. Based on the needs and requirements of Toyotas customers in Germany the Bank develops individual products for finance and leasing related matters. Those products are applicable to the whole Toyota and Lexus product range, no matter if the vehicles are new or already used.
Volksbank Stuttgart eG | HQ: Stuttgart
Volksbank Stuttgart eG operates as a regional co-operative bank in Germany. The bank offers financial and investment services.
VR-Bank eG | HQ: Würselen
VR-Bank eG (Ihre VolksbankRaiffeisenbank in der Region Aachen) operates as a regional co-operative bank in Germany. The bank offers financial and investment services.
VTB Bank (Deutschland) | HQ: Frankfurt am Main
VTB Bank (Deutschland) AG (formerly Ost-West Handelsbank AG) is a competent and reliable partner that provides advice to companies and banks on the settlement of transactions in Russia and the other CIS states. The experience that we have gained during more than 35 years as a German specialist bank for German-Russian trade relations, we consider ourselves to be the leading German bank in this segment.
WestLB | HQ: Düsseldorf
WestLB AG is a European commercial bank with firm roots in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany's largest federal state. The Bank is one of Germany's leading financial services providers. The Company is a leading provider of ABS financing for car and consumer loans and one of the top ten providers of syndicated loans in Germany. Total assets: €167.9 billion (as of December 31, 2011).
WGZ Bank | HQ: Düsseldorf
WGZ Bank (officially WGZ BANK AG Westdeutsche Genossenschafts-Zentralbank) is the central bank of 230 Volksbanken and Raiffeisenbanken in Rhineland and Westphalia. It provides the services of a central banking institution, and it also supports and complements the services of its member banks in both national and international business.