Türkiye'de Deutsche Bank Tarihi

2007

Closure of the Representative Office Istanbul


2005

Deutsche Bank completed the acquisition of Bender Securities.


2004

Changing its banking license Deutsche Bank A.S. extended the scope of its services to offer a wider range of corporate banking products.


2000

Deutsche Bank A.S.

Bankers Trust AS was renamed to Deutsche Bank A.S.


1999

Deutsche Bank’s acquisition of Bankers Trust

Deutsche Bank acquired Bankers Trust and its Turkish subsidiary.


1997

After Bankers Trust had taken over the entire share capital of Türk Merchant Bank A.S., the subsidiary was renamed to Bankers Trust A.S.


1987

Türk Merchant Bank A.S. was founded

Türk Merchant Bank A.S. was founded as a joint venture of the American Bankers Trust and the Turkish Türkiye Is Bankasi.


1972–1973

Liquidation of the former Deutsche Bank Istanbul branch was concluded and the branch deregistered.


1959

Liquidation of the former Deutsche Bank Istanbul branch started.


1954

Opening of Deutsche Bank Representative Office in Istanbul.


1944

Closing of Deutsche Bank Istanbul branch

Closing of Deutsche Bank Istanbul branch.


1929

The branch changed its name to Deutsche Bank Istanbul branch.


1923

Reopening of Deutsche Bank Constantinople branch

Reopening of Deutsche Bank Constantinople branch.


1918–1923

British and French military authorities controlled Deutsche Bank Constantinople branch and closed its operation.


1909

Opening of Deutsche Bank Constantinople branch

Opening of Deutsche Bank Constantinople branch, at that time its second foreign office.


1899

Baghdad concession

Deutsche Bank received the “preliminary concession” for the Baghdad Railway, which obliged to build a railway from Konia to Baghdad and on to Basra.


1888

Deutsche Bank received the first concession

Deutsche Bank received the first concession to build and operate the Anatolian Railway, which linked Istanbul with Ankara and Konia.


1870

Deutsche Bank was founded in Berlin

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



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