How will the Deutsche Bundesbank’s campus on Wilhelm-Epstein-Strasse look in the years to come?
With regard to establishing a new or expanding an already existing entity domiciled in Germany, the German supervisory authorities stand ready to discuss the pertinent issues.
The Bundesbank’s Statistics section provides a comprehensive overview of current and historical data at both the national and international levels.
The Bundesbank’s up-to-date statistical data in the form of time series (also available to download as a CSV file or SDMX-ML file).
Here you will find information on the bank sort code file and on the bank sort code update service. You can also download the bank sort code files.
In the press area, you will find press releases, speeches, guest contributions and interviews with Bundesbank Executive Board members as well as further press materials.
The Bundesbank published various studies and conference proceedings, resulting from the research activities of its employees and guest researchers.
With the dual bachelor's degree in applied computer science, we offer an attractive career in the world of information technology.
In additon to its central office in Frankfurt am Main, the Bundesbank is represented by its head offices in nine cities. They have in turn 35 branches.
The Bundesbank invited civil society organisations to a virtual event in order to listen to their views on issues relating to the Eurosystem’s monetary policy strategy. Bundesbank President Jens Weidmann thanked the participants for their contributions and announced that he would raise the insights gained in the ECB Governing Council’s deliberations.
Despite the coronavirus pandemic, there are no signs of an abrupt correction in house prices in Germany, according to the Bundesbank’s assessment. However, this is contingent on the economic recovery not being “seriously” disrupted. According to the latest issue of the Bundesbank’s Monthly Report, the pandemic has so far left little mark on the housing market.
“Economic output in Germany is likely to have risen sharply in the third quarter of 2020,” the Bundesbank writes in its latest Monthly Report. As measured by quarterly gross domestic product, the German economy may have already recouped slightly more than half of the dramatic losses sustained in the first half of the year. According to the experts, there will probably be only a relatively small rise in economic output in the current quarter.
“Economic output in Germany is likely to have risen sharply in the third quarter of 2020,”
The Money Museum offers a wide range of tours, lectures, children's holiday programs, and many other events for all ages.
The Deutsche Bundesbank features material on money and monetary policy that has been specially tailored to the needs of schoolchildren.