Thanks to the efficiency and innovative strength of the companies based here, Bavaria has developed within a few decades from being an agricultural state into a location renowned for its high tech and services. The Bavarian State Government, local authorities, regional and local institutions, trade associations and Chambers of Commerce have provided substantial support to the business community.
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.
Bavarian economic policy is aimed at promoting sustainable economic growth.
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.
Deutsches Aktieninstitut represents the interests of capital market-oriented companies, banks, stock exchanges and investors.
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.
The Munich Risk and Insurance Center (MRIC) supports research and teaching in the areas of risk management and insurance.