Deutsche Bank was founded in Berlin to promote and facilitate trade relations between Germany and international markets.
Deutsche Bank received the "preliminary concession" for the Baghdad Railway, which obliged it to build a railway from Konia to Baghdad and on to Basra.
Deutsche Bank opened a sub-branch in Baghdad, which had to be closed three years later because of World War I.
Opening of Deutsche Bank Representative Office in Cairo
Opening of Deutsche Bank Representative Office in Beirut to serve the countries of the Middle East. In 1981 the office was closed due to the civil war.
Bankers Trust, which was acquired by Deutsche Bank in 1999, opened a Representative Office in Manama, Bahrain
Opening of Deutsche Bank Representative Office in Manama, Bahrain
Opening of Deutsche Bank Representative Office in Abu Dhabi
Opening of Deutsche Bank Representative Office in Dubai
Opening of Deutsche Bank Dubai Branch in the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC)
Opening of Deutsche Bank Doha Branch
Algeria: Deutsche Securities Algeria Spa established, Deutsche Bank acquired controlling stake in Strategica Finance
Saudi Arabia: Deutsche Securities Saudi Arabia LLC incorporated
Deutsche Bank established Deutsche Securities and Services (DSS) an on-shore branch in Dubai to render custody services
Opening of Deutsche Bank Abu Dhabi Branch