Private & Commercial BankDeutsche
Bank’s newly established Private & Commercial Bank (PCB) corporate division combines the bank’s expertise in private and commercial banking with Postbank in Germany and Wealth Management in one corporate division.Both in our home market of Germany and internationally, PCB offers our clients high-quality advice and a wide range of financial services from a single source. These range from comprehensive services for retail clients, to solutions for demanding clients in Private Banking and Wealth Management, to business and commercial client coverage.The distinct brands of Postbank and Wealth Management, together with Deutsche Bank’s private and business clients business, make for a strong pillar at Deutsche Bank: a modern advisory bank distinguished by its capital markets and financing expertise, its strong global network and cutting-edge digital services.
Deutsche Bank’s Private & Commercial Clients International (PCC) Corporate Division provides banking and other financial services to private, commercial and corporate clients in Europe and Asia. PCC’s products and services include payment and current account services, investment management and retirement planning, as well as deposits, loans and mortgages. For small and medium-sized clients, PCC offers a full range of services, e.g. from start-up financing to structured finance.
Deutsche Bank Group’s global network is at your disposal to help you with your banking business. Our experts are there to serve you as competent partners in many countries and are always happy to advise you.
PCC operates predominantly in European markets, including Italy, Spain, Belgium and Portugal but also in Asia, i.e. India.
Providing sustainable products: According to forecasts by leading energy experts, the trend towards renewable energy will become even stronger worldwide in the next few years. More money is already being invested in the generation of renewable energy than in fossil-fuel and nuclear power plants combined.
Demographic change, increasing natural resource demands, urbanization and the growing significance of environmental aspects are creating a growing need for investment in all types of infrastructure. The World Economic Forum estimates that US-Dollar 5.7 trillion worth of green infrastructure could be needed by 2020 in order to realize environmental policy objectives in sectors such as agriculture, transport, power and water.
More and more companies and public bodies – such as sovereign states and supranational organizations – are actively involved in this area. We advise and support them to meet the financial requirements for their challenging projects.
Deutsche Bank is one of the largest financiers of renewable energy worldwide. During 2016, we arranged approximately €3.9 billion in project finance for renewable energy projects generating over 3,480 megawatts.