Playing a leading role internationally as well
The Munich financial center is an outstanding insurance hub, a center for banking and asset management, an important stock exchange as well as Germany's most important location for private equity, venture capital and leasing companies. The financial sector is one of the leading drivers of growth in Bavaria. The strong alliance of Bavaria's leading companies in the financial and real economy, institutions and the Bavarian Ministry of Economic Affairs contributes towards maintaining and expanding this leading position. You can view the individual participants here.
The Allianz Group is one of the leading integrated financial services providers worldwide.
The Association of Bavarian Savings Banks is the umbrella organization and central service provider for the savings banks in Bavaria.
The Association of Cooperatives Bavaria (GVB) represents the interests of Bavarian cooperatives.
The Bavarian Banking Association represents the interests of all private banks operating in Bavaria.
Deutsche Bundesbank is the national central bank of the Federal Republic of Germany.
The Bavarian Chamber for Social Benefits and Pensions is Germany's largest public pension group.
BayernLB is the central institution of the Bavarian savings banks and is headquartered in Munich.
Bürgschaftsbank Bayern provides securities for start-ups and other companies.
The Chair's focus is on capital markets research, including such topics as corporate finance and governance.
The Chair of Financial Mathematics combines challenging scientific research with practice.
The Chamber of Crafts represents around 71,000 member companies with around 290,000 employees.
The Chambers of Industry and Commerce for Munich and Upper Bavaria are one of the largest corporate networks in Europe.
The Bavarian state capital Munich is one of the most attractive and successful German cities.
Commerzbank is one of the leading international commercial banks and has its headquarters in Frankfurt.
Deutsche Bank is the largest bank in Germany in terms of total assets and number of employees.
Deutsche Pfandbriefbank is a leading specialist bank for real estate financing and public investments.
Deutsches Aktieninstitut represents the interests of capital market-oriented companies, banks, stock exchanges and investors.
Generali in Germany is the second-largest primary insurance group on the market.
Hauck & Aufhäuser is one of the few independent private banks in Germany.
With over ten million customers, HUK-COBURG is the major insurer for private households.
HypoVereinsbank, a member of UniCredit, is one of the leading banks in the economic area Central Europe.
The Institute of the LMU addresses issues relating to the organization and functioning of capital markets.
The IDW is a voluntary association of German public auditors and audit firms.
LV 1871 specializes in innovative occupational disability, life and annuity insurance.
LfA Förderbank Bayern is the state development institute of the Free State of Bavaria.
Merck Finck, which is headquartered in Munich, is active throughout Germany with 16 branches and manages around nine billion euros.
Münchener Hypothekenbank specializes in long-term real estate financing.
The Munich Risk and Insurance Center (MRIC) supports research and teaching in the areas of risk management and insurance.
mwb fairtrade is one of the largest securities trading banks in Germany.
In addition to insurance coverage, NÜRNBERGER offers services in the form of assistance cover.
R+V Versicherung is one of the largest insurance companies in Germany.
Raiffeisenlandesbank Oberoesterreich, which has its headquarters in Linz, is the fourth-largest bank in Austria.
As the largest Bavarian savings bank, Stadtsparkasse Muenchen runs the universal banking business.
State Street is a leading global provider of financial services to institutional investors.
Swiss Re was founded in Zurich in 1863 and is now one of the world's leading reinsurers.
The Association of the Bavarian Economy represents the interests of Bavaria's business community.