German Banks Listing

Berliner Sparkasse

Berliner Sparkasse is one of the largest savings banks in Germany. It was founded in 1818, and in 1920 was integrated with Girozentrale Berlin (Landesbank Berlin AG).  Read more »

Deutsche Postbank

The Deutsche Postbank AG is a German financial institution, a subsidiary of Deutsche Bank, with headquarters in Bonn.

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Deutsche Bank

Deutsche Bank is a leading global investment bank with a substantial share of the capital of individuals, as well as complementary businesses. With more than 100,000 employees, Deutsche Bank provides unparalleled financial services in 72 countries.  Read more »

Sparda Bank

“Sparda Banks” is an association of twelve co-operative banks in Germany, traditionally specialized in the retail business.  Read more »


The HypoVereinsbank (or HVB, a brand of Unicredit Bank AG), is the sixth-largest German bank in terms of total assets, and fifth-largest bank by a number of employees in Germany. Read more »


Commerzbank AG is the second largest bank in Germany. It serves almost 11 million individuals and about a million business and corporate clients around the world. Commerzbank is an active member of the Cash Group. Read more »


Norisbank was established in 1965 as a Noris Credit Bank, then was renamed to Norisbank in 1969.
In 2006 Norisbank was purchased by Deutsche Bank and in 2012 received a new corporate image.  Read more »

Volksbank Raiffeisenbank

The BVR (Volksbank-Raiffeisen Bank) is the leading organization in the cooperative banking sector in Germany, in which members are cooperative banks, savings banks, PSD banks, church, and cooperative auditing associations. Read more »

HSBC Trinkaus

HSBC Trinkaus & Burkhardt AG, is a German private banking company, headquartered in Dusseldorf, founded in 1785 by Christian Gottfried Jaeger.  Read more »

Deutsche Bundesbank

The Deutsche Bundesbank – is a Federal corporation under the public law, the central bank of the Federal Republic of Germany with an office in Frankfurt, Germany. Read more »


The KfW (Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau), formerly KfW banking group, is the largest national development bank in the world and by total assets, the third-largest bank in Germany. It was founded on 16 December 1948 with the aim to finance the reconstruction of the German economy after the Second World War. Read more »

Berliner Bank

Berliner Bank was established on 21st June 1950 in West Berlin by the mayor, Ernst Reuter with the aim of promoting the economic recovery of Berlin. Read more »

DZ Bank

DZ BANK (Deutsche Zentral-Genossenschaftsbank) is a part of the cooperative financial network, which includes more than 1,100 local cooperative banks. The bank is one of the largest private financial institutions in Germany in terms of assets.  Read more »


ReiseBank is the market leader in Germany in the field of travel cash for 85 years. As a 100% subsidiary of DZ Bank AG, the Bank is involved in joint financial groups of local cooperative banks with more than 1,200 credit unions.  Read more »

PSD Bank (Postal Savings System)

The PSD Bank Group is the oldest direct banking group in Germany, that today consists of 15 independently operating cooperative banks (Berlin-Brandenburg, Brunswick, Hessen-Thüringen, Hanover, Karlsruhe-Neustadt, Kiel, Koblenz, Cologne, Munich, Germany, Lower Bavaria, Upper Palatinate, North, Nuremberg, RheinNeckarSaar, Rhine-Ruhr, Westphalia-Lippe). Read more »