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Dresdner Kleinwort


Address :
Theodor-Heuss-Allee 44 46, 60486 Frankfurt, Germany
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Telephone :
+49 (0)69 713 0
Website :
http://www.dresdnerkleinwort.com
Dresdner Kleinwort

Dresdner Kleinwort (DKIB) is the investment banking division of Dresdner Bank AG, part of the Commerzbank Group since January 2009.

At Dresdner Kleinwort they advise clients, provide financing and supply liquidity. Their activities range from helping clients raise capital and execute their most strategic moves to offering straightforward loans, structured finance or delivering asset liability driven transactions.

They have a long-term focus on client relationships and providing individual consultancy as the backbone of their solutions. As a firm, they value their size, their European-focus and their unique culture for questioning convention.

Their business

They describe ourselves as Europe-focused, with particular strengths in their two home markets of Germany and the UK.  With 6,000 people based in over 35 countries worldwide, they have the international reach to serve their customers on a global basis.

Their aim is simple: to deliver global banking and capital markets solutions that consistently exceed their clients’ expectations.

To achieve this they have talented people who genuinely work together in expert teams to tackle problems, think creatively, apply their collective know-how and take bold but informed risks.

Dresdner Kleinwort offers a full spectrum of investment banking services, via two balanced client-focused business lines:

  • Global Banking delivers advice, financing, and structuring expertise across a range of products and sectors to corporate, financial institution, financial sponsor and public sector clients. Services include strategic advisory, M&A and equity raising, lending, structured and securitized finance, trade finance and cash management.
  • Capital Markets comprises their cross-asset class sales, trading and research capabilities primarily for their institutional investment clients including pension funds, asset managers and alternative asset managers.