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History of Deutsche Bank in Belgium

1870


Deutsche Bank is founded in Berlin to promote and facilitate trade relations between Germany and international markets.

1874

Deutsche Bank acquires a stake in "Deutsch-Belgische La Plata Bank".

1910


Deutsche Bank opens its third foreign branch in Brussels (closed in 1918).

1941–1944

Deutsche Bank maintains a representative office in Brussels.

1963

Société Générale de Belgique together with Deutsche Bank and other partner banks set up the European Advisory Committee to improve customer services in European business.

1967

Deutsche Bank acts as co-founder of the Banque Européenne de Crédit à Moyen Terme (BEC) based in Brussels.

1978


Deutsche Bank opens branches in Antwerp and Brussels.

1978


The Deutsche Bank share is listed on the Brussels' stock exchange.

1987

Start of Deutsche Bank (Belgium) Finance S.A./N.V.

1998

Deutsche Bank acquires Crédit Lyonnais Belgium and takes over its branch network (Start of Retail Banking activities).

1999

The Belgian business is centralized as Deutsche Bank S.A./N.V. (Belgium).

2007


Deutsche Bank launches its online platform db m@x (more in French or Dutch).

2014

Euromoney named Deutsche Bank Belgium "Best Investment Bank in Belgium in 2014"



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