Banks in Germany

Banks in Germany The banking system of Germany is represented by three large sectors: private, public and cooperative. The co-operative sector is represented by 1,144 credit unions and 2 cooperative central banks. The public sector employs 431 Savings Bank, 10 land banks and other institutions. Private banks represented 4 transnational banks, 42 investment banks, 176 regional and other banks. In Germany also operating 167 registered branches of foreign banks, including 60 investment banks.

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Postbank’s Tradintional and Online Banking Services Available in Germany

Postbank’s Tradintional and Online Banking Services Available in GermanyThe Deutsche Postbank is a financial service provider, or bank, and is one of the largest in all of Germany. They currently have about 14 million customers and 15,000 employees. The bank’s total kept assets currently exceeds €150 billion. Their customers range from private citizens to commercial companies and businesses. Chances are if you live in Germany then you have likely heard about the Deutsche Postbank and may even be a customer already. Read more »

Berliner Sparkasse Online and Mobile Banking Services

Berliner Sparkasse Online and Mobile Banking ServicesThe Berliner Sparkasse Bank was established by the city of Berlin itself, and has proven itself to provide innovative new banking services, products, and solutions for both private and business or corporate accounting needs. Read more »

Tax Classes in Germany

Tax Classes in GermanyTax class (Lohnsteuerklasse) determines the value of the German income tax, “solidarity tax” church tax and the taxpayer. Selecting a tax class also affects the value of many social benefits – unemployment benefits, social security benefits, child allowances, benefits and maternity leave, etc. Read more »

Taxes in Germany: high rates, average deductions

Taxes in Germany: high rates, average deductionsIn Germany is a fairly high tax rates for those who earn a lot. However, this does not mean that wealthy Germans to pay more taxes. There are many legal ways to reduce payments to the treasury. Read more »

German Banks Holidays 2013

Below are the official non-working public national and regional holidays in Germany, announced by the government for the 2013 calendar year. Read more »


Last Added German Banks:

Sparkassen-Finanzgruppe

Sparkassen-Finanzgruppe

The Sparkassen-Finanzgruppe (Savings Banks Finance Group) is a group of credit institutions in Germany, which operate under public law on credit institutions in Germany. Read more »

Deutsche Kreditbank

Deutsche Kreditbank logo

The Deutsche Kreditbank Aktiengesellschaft (Deutsche Kreditbank or DKB), is a bank headquartered in Berlin, wholly owned subsidiary of Bayerische Landesbank. The company’s strategy is based on an infrastructure with few branches, focusing on selected groups of customers in the areas of retail, corporate and public sector clients. Read more »

Targobank

Targobank logo

The Targobank AG is a company operating in Germany in the retail banking area, headquartered in Dusseldorf. Since 2008 it is part of the French Crédit Mutuel Banking Group. Read more »

Hanseatic Bank

Hanseatic Bank

The Hanseatic Bank is a German bank headquartered in Hamburg. The company offers consolidated and non-consolidated customer installment and real estate-related loans through various channels: branches, internet, service centers. Read more »

SEB Germany

SEB Deutschland logo

SEB AG is the German subsidiary of one of the Sweden’s largest banks Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken (SEB), one of the largest foreign banks in Germany. Read more »

RBS Deutschland

RBS Deutschland

The RBS Deutschland is a branch of the Royal Bank of Scotland, worldwide financial services company. With offices located all around the world, the RBS Group today is a leading banking partner to multinational companies, financial institutions and the public sector. Read more »

ING-DiBa

ING-DiBa

ING-DiBa AG, based in Frankfurt am Main is a direct bank and a subsidiary of the Dutch ING Groep, which operates internationally. Read more »

Svenska Handelsbanken Germany

Svenska Handelsbanken Germany

Svenska Handelsbanken Germany operates in the country since 1972 as a branch of Svenska Handelsbanken AB – a Swedish bank providing universal banking services. Read more »