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In total, there are 94 banks operating in Belgium (July 2018).
The central bank of Belgium
Antwerp Diamond Bank | Antwerp Update: 2018-11-01
Antwerp Diamond Bank (ADB) (Banque Diamantaire Anversoise, Antwerpse Diamantbank) is a specialised bank focusing exclusively on the diamond and the diamond jewellery sector; it has a 80-year experience and a solid know-how.
Argenta Bank | Antwerp Update: 2019-02-01
Argenta Bank is a commercial bank that provides banking and insurance services in Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg.
AXA Bank Europe | Brussels Update: 2011-04-25
AXA Bank Europe is a subsidiary of AXA Holdings Belgium. The Bank offers retail banking products and services in Belgium, Hungary, Switzerland, Czech Republic and Slovakia. With approximately 2.000 employees throughout the different entities, we accompany 1,8 million customers and implement the OneAXA business model, combining both insurance and banking activities as a response to customers' needs.
Belfius Bank | Brussels Update: 2015-04-16
Belfius Bank and Insurance (former Dexia Bank Belgium) offers retail banking and insurance services to households, and small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Belgium, France, and Luxembourg. The Bank also provides financial services including capital market solutions, asset management and payment services, fund administration services, and private banking. Belfius Bank is a subsidiary of Federal Holding and Investment Company (since October 20, 2011).
BNP Paribas Fortis | Brussels Update: 2012-03-12
BNP Paribas Fortis, the no. 1 bank in Belgium, offers the market a comprehensive package of financial services for private and professional clients, wealthy individuals, corporate clients, public entities and financial institutions. Today, it is organised around 4 core activities: Retail & Private Banking, Corporate & Public Banking, Corporate & Investment Banking and Investment Solutions. BNP Paribas Fortis supports its clients abroad with a unique pan-European network reinforcing the Group's worldwide positions.
Dexia | Brussels Update: 2012-06-20
Dexia Group is a frontline European financial services group, focused on retail and commercial banking, the funding of the public sector and the management of assets and services. Total assets: €412.76 billion (as of December 31, 2011). Total equity: €15.3 billion (as of June 30, 2011). Net profit: €723 million (2010). Net loss: €11.6 billion (2011).
Euroclear Bank | Brussels Update: 2012-11-23
Euroclear Bank is the world's largest provider of settlement and related securities services for cross-border transactions involving domestic and international bonds, equities, derivatives and investment funds. Serving major financial institutions located in around 90 countries, the Company offers a single access point to post-trade services in over 40 markets. The banking services offered by Euroclear Bank include: cash management, credit management, treasury, money transfer.
ING Belgium | Brussels Update: 2016-01-11
ING Belgium SA/NV (formerly Bank Brussels Lambert SA) services all banking customers with a wide range of financial products. ING services all customer segments: mass retail and Private Banking customers, small and medium sized companies, instititutionals and large corporates. Our product and service offer is reflected in our core business areas being Retail & Private Banking, Corporate & Institutional Banking, Financial Markets, Investment Banking, Asset Management and Insurance (Life and non-Life).
KBC Group | Brussels Update: 2017-05-03
KBC Group (KBC Bank) is one of the leading financial groups in Europe. It is a multi-channel bancassurer with a geographic focus on Europe, catering mainly for retail customers, small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and mid-cap companies. KBC also provides services to corporate customers and engages in selected market activities.
United Taiwan Bank | Brussels Update: 2011-04-10
United Taiwan Bank participates in international syndication loans, invests in various international securities, acts as funding hub of EUR currency settlement for taiwanese banks. Bank's shareholders: Taiwan Cooperative Bank, Bank of Taiwan and Land Bank of Taiwan.
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