Münchner Bank

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Münchner Bank eG
IndustryFinance and Insurance
HeadquartersMunich, Germany
Key people
Eberhard Sasse
ProductsFinancial Services
Total assetsIncrease 2.625 billion (2008)
Number of employees
525 (2017)

The Münchner Bank is a German credit union headquartered in Munich.

It was founded in 1862 and is the eldest and biggest credit union in Bavaria. It has 525 employees at 41 locations in the Munich area and total assets of 2.625 Billion Euros (c. 3700 Million US-Dollar).[1] It functions as a credit union bank and provides financial services to small-scale businesses and retail banking customers.[2] In September 2013 the bank canceled the accounts of the islamcritic German Freedom Party out of political persecutions.[3]


  1. ^ Münchner Bank eG: facts and figures (German)
  2. ^ "Münchner Bank eG: Private Company Information - BusinessWeek". investing.businessweek.com. 2011. Retrieved 31 March 2011. Münchner Bank eG
  3. ^ http://www.sueddeutsche.de/muenchen/rechte-partei-die-freiheit-banken-kuendigen-stuerzenbergers-konten-1.1784508

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Coordinates: 48°08′54.24″N 11°37′0.48″E / 48.1484000°N 11.6168000°E / 48.1484000; 11.6168000