Annual Reports of Deutsch-Asiatische Bank

In 1889 Deutsch-Asiatische Bank was founded with headquarters in Shanghai by a syndicate of renowned stock corporation banks and private bankers. Deutsch-Asiatische Bank set up branches in China, Japan and India, and it received the concession to issue its own banknotes in China in 1906. The bank's principal activity was trade financing; but together with English and French banks, it also played an outstanding role in the underwriting of bonds for the Chinese government and in the financing of railway construction in China. The First and Second World Wars destroyed Deutsch-Asiatische Bank's branch network and business activities, and 1953 was the year it launched a new beginning in Hamburg. Together with partner banks within the EBIC group, Deutsche Bank subsequently founded "European Asian Bank" (EURASBANK) in 1972, which the former Deutsch-Asiatische Bank was merged into.

1897 - 1915/27

1928 - 1940/52

1953 - 1971

1897  1928  1953
1898  1929  1954
1899  1930  1955
1900  1931  1956
1902  1932  1957
1903  1933  1958
1904  1934  1959
1905  1935  1960
1906  1936  1961
1907  1937  1962
1908  1938  1963
1909  1939  1964
1910  1940-52  1965
1911    1966
1912    1967
1913    1968
1914    1969
1915-27    1970
     1971

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