Deutsche Bank is a German-based financial institution serving clients in more than 70 countries for well over a century, making it one of the oldest international financial institutions in the world. Deutsche Bank offers personal banking as well as asset and wealth management services for individuals and business services for private and international clients. Opening an account at Deutsche Bank is a straightforward process not unlike any other bank.
Locate a Deutsche Bank branch. You can find the nearest branch through the "Location Finder" tool on the company's website (see Resources). Write down the branch phone number.
Call the bank and speak with a customer service representative to determine which account is best for your personal or business needs. Deutsche Bank offers a wide variety of accounts, from basic personal checking to business and wealth management accounts.
Visit the bank to set up the account. Deutsche Bank requires all applicants to provide name, address, date of birth and one or more forms of identification such as a passport, driver's license or photo I.D.
Krystal Wascher has been writing online content since 2008. She received her Bachelor of Arts in political science and philosophy from Thiel College and a Juris Doctor from Duquesne University School of Law. She was admitted to the Pennsylvania Bar in 2009.