Foreign banks

Since the 19th century foreign banks have taken an active part in the German market and have provided bank services, such as loans, documentation, currencies as well as guarantees in exchange businesses and dealt with the payment transactions between their home countries and Germany. The internationally linked economy meanwhile demands further services, for instance for cross-border company acquisitions and mergers, large volume financials or issues. Also for investment banking services, retail and universal banking, foreign banks take part actively in Germany.

The business models, services and competences of foreign banks are largely diverse. The private and institutional clients in Germany profit from a diverse range of offers as well as from the combination of international experience and the network of an internationally established group of companies. In the following areas the foreign banks are especially committed:

The Association of Foreign Banks in Germany

Weißfrauenstr. 12-16
60311 Frankfurt am Main
+49 69 975850 0
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