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Oldenburgische Landesbank


Oldenburgische Landesbank

Oldenburgische Landesbank AG
Industry Financial services
Founded 1868
Headquarters Oldenburg, Germany
Employees 2,950
Website .deolb

Oldenburgische Landesbank AG (OLB) is a German bank.

Headquartered in Oldenburg, it has 176 branches[1] in the northwestern region of Germany, known as Weser-Ems (comprising Osnabrück Land, Emsland, County of Bentheim, East Frisia, Ammerland, Friesland, Oldenburg (Oldenburg), and Oldenburg Münsterland), as well as Bremen (since 1 July 2009), Bremerhaven (since 4 October 2010) and Verden (since 4 April 2011). Its first branch in North Rhine-Westphalia opened 7 November 2011 in Rheine.[2] OLB has two subsidiaries: the private bank Fortmann & Söhne in Oldenburg and the und Münsterländische Bank Thie & Co. in Münster.

Board of Directors

  • Achim Kassow (Chairman)
  • Thomas Bretzger
  • Jörg Höhling
  • Karin Katerbau


This article incorporates information from the equivalent article on the Deutsch WorldHeritage.
  1. ^ OLB eröffnet neue Filiale in Bremerhaven, abgerufen am 2. November 2010
  2. ^ OLB eröffnet Filiale in RheineWestfälische Nachrichten: Beitrag 7. November 2011, abgerufen am 11. Februar 2012

External links

  • OLB
  • Website - Allianz Bank
  • OLB - BaFin

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