Deutsche Bank acquired Bankers Trust, whose London branch dated back to 1922.
Move to Winchester House as the new headquarter for the UK in London.
Acquisition of the precious metals trading company Sharps Pixley (founded in 1740).
Acquisition of Morgan Grenfell (founded in 1838).
Deutsche acquired a small stake in Morgan Grenfell.
Deutsche Bank London Branch moved to 6 Bishopsgate.
The Deutsche Bank share was listed – until 2006 – on the London stock exchange.
Deutsche Bank opened in London its first foreign branch after the Second World War.
European Banking Company (EBC), which engaged in international financing and underwriting, was established by EBIC in London.
Deutsche Bank cooperated with Midland Bank and other banks in the European Advisory Committee, later European Banks' International Company (EBIC).
With the beginning of the First World War Deutsche Bank London Agency was closed and liquidated later.
Deutsche Bank London Agency was opened as the first European foreign branch and it became quickly the bank’s most important outlet in business terms.
Deutsche Bank participated in the newly formed German Bank of London. The stake was sold in 1879.