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Deutsche Bank – a strong partner in Belgium

Deutsche Bank opened its first branch in Belgium in 1910 in Brussels. In 1978, new branches in Brussels and Antwerp, managed jointly from Brussels, concentrated on corporate banking business. Points of emphasis included local short- and medium-term lending business, Eurocredit syndicated loan business, foreign exchange and money market business.

Thanks to the acquisition of Crédit Lyonnais Belgium in 1999, Deutsche Bank increased its presence on the corporate banking market and became an important player in the market of Retail Banking.

Today, Deutsche Bank aspires to be the leading client-centric global universal bank.

As a modern universal bank, we offer our customers a broad range of first-class banking services. We offer corporate and institutional clients the full product assortment of an international corporate and investment bank – from payments processing and corporate finance to support with IPO's and M&A advisory. In addition, the bank has a leading position in international foreign exchange, fixed income and equities trading.

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Last Update: January 10, 2013
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