Financing AmericaFor 150 years Deutsche Bank has been connecting the Americas
It's why we're here
Deutsche Bank was founded to connect Germany to the rest of the world. The Americas was central to this strategy from the start.
From old to new, from coast to coast, we’ve been connecting the Americas for 150 years.
Before the popularization of the hamburger or the hot dog, Deutsche Bank was connecting German expertise with American capital to move the country forward.
Deutsche Bank’s roots in the Americas go back to 1872, financing the northwestern expansion of the railroad through Wisconsin, Minnesota, North Dakota, Montana, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington.
In the intervening 150 years, Deutsche Bank has continued to leverage New York’s deep and liquid capital markets to shape skylines, bring the latest innovation to market, and keep Americans moving forward.
We’ve grown together, through highs and lows. By supporting our European clients’ access to the American market, and American clients’ expansion to European and Asian markets, we’ve supported American economic growth and helped to facilitate the development of New York City as the financial capital of the world.
Deutsche Bank has been interwoven in the fabric of America, just as America is a key part of Deutsche Bank’s past, present and future.
150 years of Deutsche Bank in the Americas
Deutsche Bank arrives in New York to support trade and investment between the Americas and Euro
Our role in the US financial system grows as we become a primary dealer of Treasury bonds
Deutsche Bank’s listing in New York underlines our commitment to the Americas
Our financing of the conversion of Farley Post Office into the Moynihan Train Hall helps bring twenty-first century rail travel to New York City