Metzler Bank

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B. Metzler seel. Sohn & Co.
Kommanditgesellschaft auf Aktien
Industry Banking
Founded 1674
Founder Benjamin Metzler
Headquarters Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Key people
Friedrich von Metzler
Emmerich Müller
Products Investment banking
Financial services
Asset Management
Increase € 4.0 million (2010)
Increase € 2.3 million (2010)
Number of employees
760 (2014)

The B. Metzler seel. Sohn & Co. KGaA is a private banking company in Frankfurt, Germany. Metzler traces its origins to a trading company established 1674 by Benjamin Metzler in Frankfurt and is Germany’s second oldest bank (after Berenberg Bank) and the world's 5th oldest.

Metzler provides financial services as a merchant bank, in securities transactions, as asset manager and a corporate finance consultant.

Metzler has approximately 750 employees at its head office in Frankfurt/Main, Germany, and at its offices in Munich, Stuttgart, Bedburg, Hamburg, Los Angeles, Seattle, Tokyo, Beijing and Dublin.

In 1742, a member of the Metzler family had a seat on the Board of Frankfurt Stock Exchange, still today the family plays a role in charitable foundations and as well as acting as a patron of the arts.

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Coordinates: 50°06′41″N 8°40′23″E / 50.1113°N 8.6731°E / 50.1113; 8.6731