Munich, Germany


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Company: HypoVereinsbank
Fields of operation: Finance,
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HypoVereinsbank is part of one of Europe’s largest banking groups, UniCredit. With a total workforce of about 19,000 and about 840 branch offices, it is one of Germany's largest financial institutions. It is responsible for all of UniCredit's business in Germany while at the same time being the competence centre for international investment banking. As a focused full-service bank, HypoVereinsbank carries out banking transactions of all kinds. The Commercial Banking business segment in Germany assists all clients in the Private Clients Bank and the Unternehmer Bank business units with any standardised or individual service or consulting requirement with many different kinds of banking services. The Corporate & Investment Banking (CIB) business segment aims to be the first port of call for large corporate and institutional customers who are looking for expert advice, quality products and processes and to create value. HypoVereinsbank focuses on customer proximity through a local sales organisation. It has strengthened its regional responsibility further in 2013, allowing it to tap fresh growth potential on the German market.

HypoVereinsbank combines its deep and long-standing regional roots with a Group-wide network of banks in 18 countries across central and eastern Europe and central Asia in a way no other German bank does. All told, HypoVereinsbank is represented in around 50 countries worldwide via UniCredit. HypoVereinsbank sees itself as a corporate citizen going beyond the banking business and cultivates a social commitment in the regions in which it operates.

Beyond the banking side of the business, HypoVereinsbank sees itself as a corporate citizen and nurtures intensive social commitment. The aim is to create sustained value for customers, employees and society as a whole. So we are proud that DLD is native to HVB Forum for the ninth time this year.