Sparkasse KölnBonn can offer the full range of banking services to retail and corporate customers, serving its clients via 106 branches, servicepoints and business centres with a staff of approximately 4,185 (31.12.2016). Sparkasse KölnBonn is a market leader in numerous growing and profitable market segments (i.e. retail banking, small and medium-sized companies), providing consistently high quality service in order to maintain its long-term customer relationships.
Sparkasse KölnBonn is a competent and stable partner for all its clients, both private and corporate. Sparkasse KölnBonn makes full use of its regional focus and strong franchise through its diversified distribution channels, including branches, business centres for private and corporate clients, telephone banking, home banking and discount brokerage.
Capital Markets & Treasury
Sparkasse KölnBonn centralizes its capital markets acitivities in its Treasury organisation. Treasury is responsible for customer trading activities, Asset and Risk Management, Funding as well as Money and FX trading activities.
Dr. Torsten Mietzner
Head of Treasury
Sparkasse KölnBonn acts as well established issuer in both domestic and international capital markets aiming at diversifying ist investor base and continuously serving long lasting investors with attracting issuances. Sparkasse KölnBonn issues a variety of bonds and equity-like hybrid capital instruments, ranging from plain vanilla to structures with tenor of at least one year. Besides regular benchmark size issuances, Sparkasse KölnBonn is eager to also engage in smaller private placements matching the specific needs of both existing and new investors.
Head of Funding & Financial Engineering
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Foreign currency accounts
If you have regular income and outgoings in a particular foreign currency you can open a currency account in any of the main convertible currencies. A currency account is to be recommended if you have regular
Furthermore, you may also draw cheques in the currency in which the account is denominated.
IBAN - International Bank account Number
The international bank account number system (IBAN) is designed to enable financial institutions to handle cross-border payments more quickly and efficiently. The IBAN is made up of a combination of country code, check digit, bank sorting code and account number.
Depending on the country, this account number can have up to 34 characters. Germany has settled for a 22-character IBAN.
Example of a Sparkasse KölnBonn IBAN
Country code: DE (ISO-Code for Germany)
Check digit: 2 digits
Bank sorting code: 8 digits (37050198)
Account number: Made up to 10 digits with leading zeros
IBAN (electronic) DE21370501980001234567
In many countries use of the IBAN is now mandatory.