Annual Reports of Disconto-Gesellschaft

Disconto-Gesellschaft, established in Berlin in 1851, had been the uncontested leader among German banks for a long time. It was only when Deutsche Bank was established 19 years later that a worthy rival began to emerge. Both banks were leaders in the capital market; both had excellent contacts to large-scale industry and international financial circles.
In October 1929, the shareholders meetings of both banks approved the merger to “Deutsche Bank und Disconto-Gesellschaft” as the new bank was now officially known. In 1937, the bank officially dropped the second part of its name and from then on was known just as “Deutsche Bank”.
Disconto-Gesellschaft annual reports existed from 1853 to 1928. It’s last incomplete business year 1929 has been reported in the joint annual report of "Deutschen Bank und Disconto-Gesellschaft".

(Only in German available)

1853 - 1871

1872 - 1890

1891 - 1909

1910 - 1928

 1853  1872  1891  1910
 1854  1873  1892  1911
 1855  1874  1893  1912
 1856  1875  1894  1913
 1857  1876  1895  1914
 1858  1877  1896  1915
 1859  1878  1897  1916
 1860  1879  1898  1917
 1861  1880  1899  1918
 1862  1881  1900  1919
 1863  1882  1901  1920
 1864  1883  1902  1921
 1865  1884  1903  1922
 1866  1885  1904  1923
 1867  1886  1905  1924
 1868  1887  1906  1925
 1869  1888  1907  1926
 1870  1889  1908  1927
 1871  1890  1909  1928

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