Deutsche Bank in Hungary

Deutsche Bank established a representative office in Budapest in 1990 and has been operating a 100% subsidiary since 1996. In 2011, the subsidiary transformed into a branch office, continuously offering a full range of corporate banking services. more

Corporate Banking & Securities

Deutsche Bank in Hungary is focusing exclusively on large Hungarian and foreign corporates and institutional customers. Our philosophy is to provide our customers with banking services based on a close relationship and to become their core-bank.

Cash Management Corporates
Trade Finance
Corporate Banking
Corporate Treasury Sales
Direct Securities Services
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Banknotes exchange

The revised Payment Services Directive (PSD2) is introducing Open APIs into banking


The PSD2’s goal is to level the playing field between incumbent banks and FinTechs. Banks will be obliged to provide licensed third parties secure access to customers’ accounts, resulting in increased value for customers.

Please find Deutsche Bank's details to use these new APIs and additional information here:

Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management

Wealth Management

Online securities account closing balance via CBH (ÉSZLA)
As of 1st January 2016, clients can enquire on the previous month’s closing balance of their securities custody accounts and investment accounts also via the online platform operated by the Central Bank of Hungary (CBH). The balance can be accessed with the Bank-generated user ID and the latest password shown on the monthly account statement (statement of holding) as of the 10th day of each month, on the webpage of the CBH under this link.
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Last update: January 15, 2021
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