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||Nymphenburger Strasse 3c, 80335 Munich, F.R.Germany
||Our services include deposits, loans, foreign exchange, trade finance, and domestic/foreign remittances.
Corporate and Investment Banking:
- Advice and support on investment activities and investment subsidies application (primariliy for East Germany).
We have long and close relationships with the state investment promotion corporations of all East German states. We help our customers meet their needs with their investments.
- Risk hedging of Trade Receivables through securitisation. We offer alternative financing methods by liquidating trade receivables. In addition to an individual buyer scheme, we also offer various risk hedging schemes for a diversified receivables pool.
- Project Finance.
Backed by our vast experience, expertise, knowledge, and global network, we provide professional services in arranging limited-recourse finance and financial advisory in various sectors, including natural resources, power, and infrastructure.
- KfW loan programme.
Since 2010, we are able to offer KfW Bankengruppe loans as an alternative financing instrument. Our customers can benefit from various KfW loan programmes to meet their needs.
- German ECA (Hermes Cover).
Hermes Cover, a common name for the German ECA (Export Credit Agency), is an export credit guarantee by the German government, which protects corporations in Germany from payment defaults of foreign debtors. In order to support the export businesses of our customers, we can provide importers with a loan (Buyer's Credit). By proposing the financing package to importers, exporters can differentiate themselves from other competitors during negotiations on export contracts.
- Advice on Treasury Transactions. Our experienced staff can advise you on various hedging methods against currency and interest risks.
- Cash Management Service.
Besides providing account information and receiving payment instruction on a real-time basis, we can provide you with cash pooling proposals within your group companies or advise you about the efficient use of funds.
||The Munich Sub-branch was established in 1986 as a representative office of predecessor company the Bank of Tokyo (Deutschland) AG. In 1999, it became a sub-branch of BTMU's Düsseldorf Branch.
Munich is the main city of Bavaria, which is one of the major economic centres of Germany. Research and development thrive here, and many universities, research institutions, and head offices of internationally known industrial companies are located in this city. Investments by Japanese customers into southern Germany are increasing, and our sub-branch covers almost all Japanese-related customers in this area with full banking services.
(as of January 22, 2018)