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Allianz

Allianz Allianz AG was founded in Berlin in 1890 and moved its headquarters to Munich in 1949. In 2001, Allianz acquired Dresdner Bank, a large German bank. It operates worldwide under the name Allianz Group. The Allianz became the provider for the Allianz Arena in Munich for 30 years in the 2000s. Eduard Hilgard, a general director of Allianz AG and head of the Reich Association for Private Insurance during the entire National Socialist regime. The company was reincorporated unde a European Company Statute (SE) in October 2006, becoming Allianz SE from what was previously Allianz AG.

Website: Allianz

Deutsche Bank

Deutsche Bank Deutsche Bank 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. Founded in Berlin in 1870 to support the internationalization of business and to promote and facilitate trade relations between Germany, other European countries, and overseas markets, Deutsche Bank has developed into a leading global provider of financial services.

Website: Deutsche Bank

Dresdner Bank

Dresdner Bank With around 960 branch offices and about 28,774 full-time staff, the Dresdner Bank Group is active in round 50 different countries. In terms of assets and the number of customers, Dresdner Bank is one of the leading banking groups in Europe. Since 23 July 2001, Dresdner Bank has been part of the Allianz Group as the centre of competence for banking. The combination of Allianz and Dresdner Bank will create considerable value added through a wider range of financial products, broader sales channels and greater advisory capacity and expertise. Combining Allianz’ insurance products and Dresdner Bank’s investment products also gives customers more convenient access to popular company and private pension products.

Website: Dresdner Bank

Hypo Vereinsbank

Hypo Vereinsbank Bayerische Hypo- und Vereinsbank Aktiengesellschaft (HypoVereinsbank or HVB) is the second-largest private German financial institution and is the second-largest German retail bank, with a strong presence in Bavaria. It owns 94.98% of Bank Austria. Through its subsidiary Bank Austria Creditanstalt it is the market leader in Austria. The company is based in Munich, and together with Deutsche Bank, Dresdner Bank, Commerzbank and Deutsche Postbank, it belongs to the Cash Group.

Website: Hypo Vereinsbank

KfW Bankengruppe

KfW Bankengruppe KfW Bankengruppe (KfW banking group) gives impulses for the economy, society and ecology in Germany, Europe and the world over. It supports change and promotes promising ideas. What we do we do as professionally as possible and at the lowest possible cost: in the promotion of SMEs, in home finance or housing modernization, in the protection of the environment and the climate, in Export and Project Finance or in the promotion of the developing and transition countries.

Website: KfW Bankengruppe


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