Our new video clips, moderated by Silviana Ursu, bring exciting topics to life and afford fascinating insights into the Money Museum Find out what the Museum has to do with one of the most infamous assassinations in world history, why birds play an important role in monetary policy and how to recognise counterfeit money.
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 provides a new procedure for the automated download of statistical data sets. The web service offers an interface for programmatic access.
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.
How will the Deutsche Bundesbank’s campus on Wilhelm-Epstein-Strasse look in the years to come?
The digital transformation is increasingly putting German banks to the test. As this unfolds, it is important to not lose sight of security, particularly with banks becoming a growing target for professional hackers, the Bundesbank’s economists write in the latest issue of the Monthly Report. They warn that technology alone is not enough to stay ahead of digital risks.
The new Bundesbank branch in Dortmund is taking over the cash supply for the entire Rhine-Ruhr region. It is the Bundesbank’s largest and most modern branch. In future, around 200 members of staff employed there will supply 12 million people with banknotes and coins. The new branch will replace the five existing branches in the region.
From 1990 to 1998, Otmar Issing was the Bundesbank’s chief economist. As chief economist at the European Central Bank (ECB), he was responsible for crafting the ECB Governing Council’s monetary policy strategy. Speaking at an academic colloquium to mark Mr Issing’s 85th birthday, Bundesbank President Jens Weidmann said that Mr Issing had shaped the landscape of monetary policy in Europe like few others.
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.