Association of Banks in Hesse
The Association of Banks in Hesse (Bankenverband Hessen e. V.) is the professional association of private banks operating in the state of Hesse with their registered office in Frankfurt am Main.The association has over 100 members which employ a total of around 37,000 employees and include big banks, regional banks, mortgage banks, private bankers and branches of almost all major foreign banks.Expanding and enhancing the importance of Frankfurt am Main as a financial centre is the main focus of the association’s work. more »
15 Juli 2021
Germany as a financial center: What framework does an internationally competitive financial center need?
The new "Bankendialog" series on Germany as a financial center kicked off on July 15, 2021 with a panel discussion on the question of what framework conditions an internationally competitive financial center needs.
15 Januar 2021
5th Hesse Banking Congress 2021
The 5th Hesse Banking Congress will take place on April 29, 2021, from 6:15 p.m. - approx. 7:15 p.m., for the first time in a digital format - as live streaming from the monumental factory building 'Klassikstadt' in Frankfurt, where the Federal Printing Office once produced 50 DM bills.
13 Januar 2021
Frankfurt Digital Finance 2021
Same spirit - different format. After last year’s premiere received raving reviews, the second edition of Frankfurt Digital Finance Conference is happening online on February 3, 2021 - using technology to ensure an effective networking experience.
17 Dezember 2020
The Association of Banks in Hesse is climate-neutral
Climate protection is one of the most important challenges of our time! Effective commitment to sustainability and climate protection is also very important to us. Of course, we always adhere to the principle of 'avoidance and reduction before compensation'.
4 Dezember 2020
Climate protection with every click
Our website is climate neutral. Anyone who uses the internet causes CO2 emissions. Because servers and data centres run around the clock and consume electricity. "If the Internet were a country, it would have the sixth-largest electricity consumption in the world," according to an energy expert from Greenpeace. Every click therefore causes CO2 emissions.