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Information about:
- History / Structure, Board of Management, Contact
- Business Mission and Financial Results, Rating
- Outsourcing
- Anti-Money Laundering (AML)
- Standard Settlement Instructions

 
 

History / Structure

Sparkasse Essen, the Essen savings bank, was founded in November 1840 and opened for business in 1841.

Sparkasse Essen is an institution under public law. Its legal basis are the North Rhine-Westphalian Savings Bank Act and the statutes laid down by its Supervisory Board. Its governing bodies are the Supervisory Board and the Board of Management.

Operating 54 branches and three corporate banking centres, Sparkassen Essen has the most densely knit network for financial services and financial advice in Essen. We have no foreign branches or subsidiaries.

Board of Management

A photo of Hans Martz, Chairman of the board of management.

Hans Martz
Chairman of the board of management

A photo of Volker Behr, Deputy Chairman of the board of management.

Volker Behr
Deputy Chairman of the board of management

A photo of Stefan Lukai, Member of the board of management.

Stefan Lukai
Member of the board of management

A photo of Friedrich Kaschub, Deputy member of the board of management.

 Friedrich Kaschub
Deputy member of the board of management

Contact

Contact details, internet access and the opening hours of Sparkasse Essen and their international business service partner S-International Rhein-Ruhr.

Sparkasse Essen
III. Hagen 43
45127 Essen
Tel +49 201 103-01
Fax +49 201 103-2695
Swift: SPESDE3E
E-mail: service@sparkasse-essen.de
www.sparkasse-essen.de

International activities:

S-International Rhein-Ruhr GmbH
Limbecker Str. 20 -28
45127 Essen
Tel +49 201 82144-0
Fax +49 201 82144-19
E-mail: info@si-rr.de
www.si-rr.de

Opening hours of Sparkasse Essen:

Monday and Thursday
9.00am to 6.00pm
Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday
9.00am to 4.00pm

Opening hours of S-International Rhein Ruhr:

Monday to Thursday
8.30am to 6.00pm
Friday
8.30am to 4.30pm

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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