Internet address of the Bundesbank in a browser ©Nils Thies

Bundesbank website on a new platform

The Bundesbank’s website has a new content management system. The new platform enables the Bundesbank to structure its digital services more quickly and flexibly and better address the needs of its users. Find out here what is new. 

Faster overview

A new navigation structure gives users a faster overview of the various topics. In addition, the Bundesbank has redesigned the pages and renewed the typo of its website to enhance readability. The website has also been further optimised for viewing on mobile devices. 

Bookmarks have changed

If you have bookmarked or marked pages as “favourite” on the previous version of the website, please review and reset your bookmarks. The migration to the new platform means that the links to these pages have changed as well. For a while you will be automatically redirected to frequently accessed pages. 

Password-protected areas

The login for password-protected areas is now in the upper right-hand corner of each individual web page. Upon initial login into the new system, you will be prompted to request a new password. Old passwords cannot be carried over for data protection reasons. To request a new password, simply enter your email address and then click on “Passwort vergessen?” (Forgot your password?). You will then receive an email with a link to reset your password. Once you have logged in, you will find password-protected content on the page you have just accessed, such as under “Reden” (Speeches), with a corresponding note on the embargo period. 


The new search function offers more filtering options, which will enable you to optimise your search results in future. For a certain period, external search engines might provide search results and links to the previous version of the Bundesbank website, though these links will be dead once the new website is live. Each search engine will adjust to the new website at a different speed.


Please use our contact form for any queries and suggestions, as before. The Bundesbank is continuously working to improve the content of its website.