HSBC Trinkaus & Burkhardt AG
, operating as HSBC Trinkaus
, is a German financial services company. It traces its history back to 1785
and is one of the longest-established members of the HSBC Group
. HSBC Trinkaus has operations in private, commercial and investment banking and asset management. HSBC Trinkaus reports to HSBC Bank plc
The bank was managed by five general partners under an unusual German partnership arrangement. On 29 November 2005 the partners voted to convert the bank to AG or limited company status, and in August 2006, HSBC Trinkaus & Burkhardt completed its transition from a German limited partnership
to a corporation limited by shares
. In 2007 it changed its name to HSBC Trinkaus
HSBC owns 78.6% of the HSBC Trinkaus shares; Landesbank Baden-Wuerttemberg
(LBBW) owns 20.8%. HSBC Trinkaus & Burkhardt AG is a German Stock Corporation, managed by a four-member Management Board.
In 2007, the pre-tax profits added up to €207.8m (+9.7%). With a rating of AA (Fitch), HSBC Trinkaus is the best rated private bank in Germany.
In addition to its head office in Düsseldorf
, it has branches in Baden-Baden
. Additional branches are located in Luxembourg
). Its subsidiary in Luxembourg
also has a representative office in Hong Kong
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- 1785: Christian Gottfried Jäger established his trading house in Düsseldorf.
- 1852: Christian Gottfried......