History of Deutsche Bank in Peru

1870

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

1905

Deutsche Ueberseeische Bank, founded in 1886 in Berlin as a subsidiary of Deutsche Bank, opened a branch in Lima under the name Banco Alemán Transatlántico.

1906

The expansion of the network in Peru started with a branch in Callao. Further branches followed in Arequipa (1906) and Trujillo (1907).

1919

The Trujillo branch was closed.

1932

The Callao branch was closed.

1942

The two remaining branches of Banco Alemán Transatlántico were closed and liquidated.

1976

Deutsche Ueberseeische Bank was incorporated into Deutsche Bank.

2008

Deutsche Bank received a banking license and launched a subsidiary in Peru, Deutsche Bank (Perú) S.A. in Lima.
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