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AP Anlage & Privatbank AG

AP Anlage & Privatbank AG logoAP Anlage & Privatbank AG is a Swiss private bank with Latvian origins. The bank is active in the Baltics, Russia and all CIS-markets. AP Anlage & Privatbank provides customized private banking and asset management services of the highest quality in an environment of absolute trust and confidentiality.

AP Anlage & Privatbank AG has been established in 1995 by Hypo Bank (Munich, Germany). In 2004 the Bank has been acquired by Parex Bank (Latvia) and became part of Parex Group. Following the restructuring of Parex Bank in 2010 and establishment of Citadele Banka, whose shareholders are the State of Latvia and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), AP Anlage & Privatbank AG has now become the 100% subsidiary of Citadele Banka (Latvia).
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Headquarter Zurich, Switzerland
Key People Alexander C. Notter (Chairman), Joachim Bodschwinna (Managing Director)
Head Office Limmatquai 4, 8001 Zurich
Phone +41 44 787 6200
Fax +41 44 787 6233
Official Site www.apbank.ch Website
SWIFT Code ANPRCH22
Founded 1995
ID: 1485. Updated: 15.11.2014
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