The brief guide to banks in Germany includes the major banks in Germany, including local banks and international banks having branches in Germany.
Many Germany banks have ATM'S (automatic teller machine), enabling you to draw foreign currency while you stay in Germany.
If you open a bank account in one of Germany's banks, you are advised to compare commission rates for money transfer to and from Germany.
In most of the banks in Germany you will find a few English speaking employees, the best chance is in the foreign exchange section of the bank.
Most of Germany banks in this site have an English web site.
|Bank Germany||Schottengasse 6 - 8, 1010 Wien||43 50505 - firstname.lastname@example.org||www.ba-ca.com|
|HYPO ALPE-ADRIA-BANK INTERNATIONAL||Alpen-Adria-Platz 1 9020 Klagenfurt||43 (0) 50202-0||43 (0) email@example.com||www.hypo-alpe-adria.com|
|Oberbank||Hauptplatz 10 - 11, PO Box 60, A-4010 Linz||43 732 7802-0||43 732 78 58 firstname.lastname@example.org||www.oberbank.at|
|BAWAG||Georg-Coch-Platz 2 A-1018 Vienna||4315-3453-23242||4315-3453-22601||www.bawag.com|
|BKS Bank||St. Veiter Ring 43 9010 Klagenfurtemail@example.com||www.bks.at|
|DenizBank||K×”rntner Ring 12 (2. OG) 1010 Vienna||43 - 1 - 503 93 96||43 - 1 - 503 93 firstname.lastname@example.org||www.denizbank.at|
|Erste Bank||Graben 21 A-1010 Vienna||43(0)5 0100 - 10100||43(0)5 0100 9 - 10100||www.sparkasse.at|
|Hypo Tirol Bankemail@example.com||www.hypotirol.com|
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