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DHB Bank

DHB Bank logoDemir-Halk Bank (Nederland) N.V. (DHB Bank) is a Dutch bank that plays a unique role within the European financial community. Our consumer banking business provides our customers with a wide range of essential products, from deposit and savings accounts to retail and mortgage loans to a lesser extent. But we also have an important, specialised area of expertise: delivering trade finance services to Turkish commercial ventures and their Western European business partners.

DHB Bank is owned by HCBG Holding BV (70%), which was established in the Netherlands, and Türkiye Halk Bankasi A.S. (30%).
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Headquarter Rotterdam, Netherlands
Key People Mr. Kayhan Acardağ (Senior General Manager)
Head Office Parklaan 8-12, 3016 BB Rotterdam
Phone +31 10 436 91 51
Fax +31 10 436 92 52
Official Site www.dhbbank.com Website
SWIFT Code DHBNNL2R
Founded 1992
ID: 1474. Updated: 06.10.2019
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