History of Branch Locations A-Z

La Paz (Banco Alemán Transatlántico)

Banco Alemán Transatlántico La Paz Branch

Opening:
29.09.1905

Country:
Bolivia

Closing:
31.10.1929


Labuan (Malaysia)

Deutsche Bank Labuan Branch

Opening:
03.01.1998

Country:
Malaysia


Lage

Deutsche Bank Lage Sub-branch

Opening:
22.08.1966

Country:
Germany


Lagos

Deutsche Bank Lagos Representative Office

Opening:
06.04.1978

Country:
Nigeria

Closing:
30.06.1993


Lahore

European Asian Bank Lahore Branch

Opening:
1983

Country:
Pakistan


Lahr

Deutsche Bank Lahr Sub-branch

Opening:
29.10.1929

Country:
Germany


Lampertheim

Deutsche Bank Lampertheim Sub-branch

Opening:
29.10.1929

Country:
Germany

Closing:
1933


Landau

Deutsche Bank Landau Branch

Opening:
29.10.1929

Country:
Germany



Landeshut (Silesia)

Deutsche Bank Landeshut Sub-branch

Opening:
29.10.1929

Country:
Germany

Closing:
1945


Landsberg (Lech)

Deutsche Bank Landsberg Branch

Opening:
24.02.1970

Country:
Germany


Landshut

Deutsche Bank Landshut Branch

Opening:
26.06.1968

Country:
Germany


Landstuhl

Deutsche Bank Landstuhl Branch

Opening:
1952

Country:
Germany



Langen (Hessen)

Deutsche Bank Langen Branch (Hessen)

Opening:
27.10.1970

Country:
Germany


Langenbielau

Deutsche Bank Langenbielau Sub-branch

Opening:
07.03.1917

Country:
Germany

Closing:
1918


Langenfeld

Deutsche Bank Langenfeld Sub-branch

Opening:
05.03.1960

Country:
Germany


Langenhagen

Deutsche Bank Langenhagen Sub-branch

Opening:
1961

Country:
Germany


Langerfeld

Deutsche Bank Langerfeld Sub-branch

Opening:
31.03.1914

Country:
Germany


Lauban

Deutsche Bank Lauban Sub-branch

Opening:
02.06.1930

Country:
Germany

Closing:
30.05.1942


Lauenburg

Deutsche Bank Lauenburg Branch

Opening:
21.05.1965

Country:
Germany


Lauffen

Deutsche Bank Lauffen Sub-branch

Opening:
18.12.1924

Country:
Germany

Closing:
1925




 


Lauterbach

Deutsche Bank Lauterbach Branch

Opening:
09.07.1962

Country:
Germany

Closing:
2017



Lebenstedt above Brunswig

Deutsche Bank Lebenstedt Branch

Opening:
06.06.1940

Country:
Germany

Closing:
1943

Reopening:
1956



Leer

Deutsche Bank Leer Branch

Opening:
1957

Country:
Germany



Leichlingen

Deutsche Bank Leichlingen Branch

Opening:
01.07.1968

Country:
Germany


Leimen

Deutsche Bank Leimen Branch

Opening:
19.12.1974

Country:
Germany


Leinefelde

Deutsche Bank Leinefelde Sub-branch

Opening:
1920

Country:
Germany

Closing:
1928


Leipzig

Deutsche Bank Leipzig Branch

Opening:
27.06.1901

Country:
Germany

Closing:
1945

Reopening:
01.07.1990



Fifth domestic branch of Deutsche Bank

In June 1901, Deutsche Bank used the spectacular collapse of Leipziger Bank to establish its fifth domestic branch. After the Board of Managing Directors in Berlin on 24 June 1901 had rejected the questionable restructuring of Leipziger Bank in terms of business policy, it immediately decided to set up its own branch in Leipzig in order "to offer a new base to the credit market, which was severely shaken there". On June 25, 1901, Leipziger Bank stopped making payments, and on June 26, Deutsche Bank announced in the press the opening of its new branch on June 27. Deutsche Bank not only took over some of the clients of the collapsed Leipziger Bank in Leipzig, but in 1902 it also moved into its splendid building in the city center, next to the New City Hall. In the first half of the 20th century, the Leipzig branch played a leading business role in Leipzig as a banking centre. Until its closure by Soviet military authorities in August 1945, it was able to maintain this position.

Reopened in 1990 as Deutsche Bank-Kreditbank AG in the old Deutsche Bank building on Martin-Luther-Ring. After the merger of Deutsche Bank-Kreditbank with Deutsche Bank in 1991 Deutsche Bank Leipzig Branch.

Disconto-Gesellschaft, Berlin, opened a branch in Leipzig in August 1929, which was merged with Deutsche Bank's Leipzig branch on October 29, 1929.



Lemgo

Deutsche Bank Lemgo Branch

Opening:
29.10.1929

Country:
Germany

Closing:
1933

Reopening:
24.05.1965


Lengerich

Deutsche Bank Lengerich Branch

Opening:
05.12.1957

Country:
Germany


Lennep

Deutsche Bank Lennep Sub-branch

Opening:
16.03.1925

Country:
Germany



Leobschütz

Deutsche Bank Leobschütz Sub-branch

Opening:
07.03.1917

Country:
Germany

Closing:
1945


Leonberg

Deutsche Bank Leonberg Branch

Opening:
26.04.1965

Country:
Germany


Letmathe

Deutsche Bank LetmatheSub-branch

Opening:
30.05.1962

Country:
Germany


Leutkirch

Deutsche Bank Leutkirch Branch

Opening:
22.11.1971

Country:
Germany


Leverkusen

Deutsche Bank Leverkusen-Wiesdorf Sub-branch

Opening:
1937

Country:
Germany



Libau

Deutsche Bank Libau Sub-branch

Opening:
1917

Country:
Russia (Latvia)

Closing:
1918


Liegnitz

Deutsche Bank Liegnitz Branch

Opening:
07.03.1917

Country:
Germany

Closing:
1945


Lima (Banco Alemán Transatlántico)

Banco Alemán Transatlántico Branch Lima

Opening:
14.06.1905

Country:
Peru

Closing:
1942



Limbach-Oberfrohna

Deutsche Bank Limbach-Oberfrohna Branch

Opening:
01.07.1990

Country:
Germany



Limburg (Lahn)

Deutsche Bank Limburg Branch

Opening:
03.10.1966

Country:
Germany


Limburgerhof

Deutsche Bank Limburgerhof Branch

Opening:
20.10.1964

Country:
Germany


Lindau

Deutsche Bank Lindau Branch

Opening:
16.04.1970

Country:
Germany


Lingen

Deutsche Bank Lingen Branch

Opening:
15.12.1967

Country:
Germany


Lintorf

Deutsche Bank Lintorf Branch

Opening:
April 1973

Country:
Germany



Lippstadt

Deutsche Bank Lippstadt Sub-branch

Opening:
13.05.1914

Country:
Germany

Closing:
1917

Reopening:
1919



Löbau

Deutsche Bank Löbau Branch

Opening:
01.07.1990

Country:
Germany


Lobberich

Deutsche Bank Lobberich Sub-branch

Opening:
15.08.1960

Country:
Germany


Lodz

Deutsche Bank Litzmannstadt Branch, Deutsche Bank Polska Lodz Branch since 2000

Opening:
18.12.1939

Country:
Germany, Warthegau, Poland

Closing:
1945

Reopening:
2000


Lohne

Deutsche Bank Lohne Branch

Opening:
23.11.1967

Country:
Germany


Löhne

Deutsche Bank Löhne Sub-branch

Opening:
22.01.1968

Country:
Germany


London

Deutsche Bank London Branch

Opening:
08.03.1873

Country:
United Kingdom

Closing:
1914

Reopening:
16.01.1973



First European branch of Deutsche Bank outside Germany

The London branch soon became Deutsche Bank’s most important office. Its business activities focused on financing overseas trade. It did not take long, however, for precious metals trading and its securities underwriting business to gain in importance. The London Agency also took part in a number of initial public offerings. Just before the First World War, 330 people worked for Deutsche Bank in England’s capital. However, the outbreak of the First World War put a sudden end to the London Agency’s business activities. At the beginning of August 1914, the offices were closed and the assets confiscated. Ultimately, the bank’s building was even put up for auction in 1917.

The complicated settlement of the London Agency’s liquidation continued until 1928, which was an indication of just how large and important its business had become. In the years between the wars, Deutsche Bank did not return to London. Instead, the bank focused on the financial center in New York, which played a key role in providing capital to the German economy in the 1920s.
Following the Second World War and the reorganization of Germany’s big banks, which was not completed until 1957, Deutsche Bank was reserved for a long time as far as its international representation was concerned.

The bank did not return to London until 16.1.1973, when it set up an office there, later converting it into a branch on 15.1.1976. This was actually Deutsche Bank’s first foreign branch following the Second World War. The new branch was housed in a building at 10 Moorgate, which meant the bank’s office, as in the past, was in the direct vicinity of the Bank of England. In 1981, however, the bank’s employees, whose ranks had grown in the meantime to more than 150, moved into the office tower at 6 Bishopsgate. German companies operating in the United Kingdom formed the basis for this business. In addition, client relations were established with British companies. Alongside this, both foreign exchange and money market trading were important. The economic growth and liberalization of the financial markets in the United Kingdom in the 1980s were favourable factors for the bank’s development of business.

With the takeover of the merchant bank Morgan Grenfell in 1989, Deutsche Bank’s role changed from maintaining a strong foreign presence to being a key actor on the financial stage in London. At the same time, Deutsche Bank’s tranformation into an investment bank with Anglo-American characteristics commenced. As part of this completely new approach, London became the center for key business divisions of the Group. By the end of 1994, investment banking activities had been brought together in London. Between 1995 and 1998, the new Investment Banking Corporate Division conducted its global operations under the name Deutsche Morgan Grenfell.

As this two-brand strategy did not prove to be successful, the name Morgan Grenfell was discontinued in 1998. The global management of the investment banking business, however, remained in London and was reinforced by incorporating the London-based operations of Bankers Trust, the American bank Deutsche Bank acquired in 1999. Today, with more than 7,500 employees, Deutsche Bank is the largest employer in the City of London.



Lörrach

Deutsche Bank Lörrach Branch

Opening:
29.10.1929

Country:
Germany



Los Angeles

Deutsche Bank Los Angeles Representative Office

Opening:
May 1982

Country:
USA


Lötzen

Deutsche Bank Lötzen Sub-branch

Opening:
07.03.1917

Country:
Germany

Closing:
1945


Lübben (Spreewald)

Deutsche Bank Lübben branch

Opening:
1993

Country:
Germany


Lübeck

Deutsche Bank Lübeck Branch. Deutsche Bank Lübeck AG vormals Handelsbank (since 1989)

Opening:
April 1927

Country:
Deutschland

Closing:
1943



Lübz

Deutsche Bank Lübz Branch

Opening:
01.07.1990

Country:
Germany


Lüdenscheid

Deutsche Bank Lüdenscheid Branch

Opening:
01.12.1922

Country:
Germany



Ludhiana

Deutsche Bank Ludhiana Branch

Opening:
13.04.2010

Country:
India


Ludwigsburg

Deutsche Bank Ludwigsburg Sub-branch

Opening:
18.12.1924

Country:
Germany

Closing:
1943

Reopening:
1945



Ludwigsfelde

Deutsche Bank Ludwigsfelde branch

Opening:
1991

Country:
Germany


Ludwigshafen

Deutsche Bank Ludwigshafen Branch

Opening:
29.10.1929

Country:
Germany



Ludwigslust

Deutsche Bank Ludwigslust Branch

Opening:
01.07.1990

Country:
Germany



Lugano

Deutsche Bank (Suisse) Lugano Branch

Opening:
April 1988

Country:
Switzerland



Lüneburg

Opening:
25.11.1920

Country:
Germany



Lünen

Deutsche Bank Lünen Branch

Opening:
17.12.1963

Country:
Germany


Luxembourg

Compagnie Financière de la Deutsche Bank. Since 1987 DB Lux (Deutsche Bank Luxembourg S.A.)

Opening:
30.09.1970

Country:
Luxembourg




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