Sparkasse Duisburg


Königstraße 23–25
D-47051 Duisburg
Telefon +49 (203) 2815 0
Telefax +49 (203) 2815 888
info@sparkasse-duisburg.de
www.sparkasse-duisburg.de

Savings Bank Duisburg – excellent. For Duisburg and Kamp-Lintfort

With a balance sheet total of around 5.5 billion Euros and approx. 1,500 employees, Sparkasse Duisburg is one of the larger savings banks in Germany. Since the merger of the two savings banks in 2003, our business field comprises the cities of Duisburg and Kamp-Lintfort. We provide an area-wide and demand-oriented supply for citizens and companies in our business location with all financial services. Through numerous Sparkassen branch offices Sparkasse Duisburg maintains area-wide a direct contact with customers. The Sparkassen customer service centre, Sparkassen real estate centre, Sparkassen corporate client centre and the private banking division provide a high quality of advice in special financial services.


Through the supporting body of the Cities of Duisburg and Kamp-Lintfort united in a savings bank special purpose association, Sparkasse Duisburg is closely connected with the cities’ administrations. We promote the region’s economic development and structural change both by financing particularly small and medium-sized businesses and buisness founders, and by supporting initiatives and projects which sustainably strengthen location factors.

 

 

 

 


Sparkasse Duisburg

Executive Board:
Artur Grzesiek
(Chairman)
Claus-Robert Witte
Hans-Werner Tomalak
Uwe Haddenhorst

Year of Foundation: 1844

Employees: approx. 1.500

Business Areas:
Private and corporate client business
private banking
real estate agency and financing start-up business foundations

Balance sheet total:
approx. 5.5 billion euros

Address:
Königstraße 23–25
D-47051 Duisburg
Telefon +49 (203) 2815 0
Telefax +49 (203) 2815 888
info(at)sparkasse-duisburg.de
www.sparkasse-duisburg.de


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