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VÖB logo

BUNDESVERBAND ÖFFENTLICHER BANKEN DEUTSCHLANDS e. V. (VÖB)

Association of German Public Banks
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Coordinates

Lennéstraße 11
D-10785 Berlin

Tel: + 49 (0) 30 81 92 0
Fax: + 49 (0) 30 81 92 2 22

Structure

Vice-President: Christian Brand (Chairman of the Managing Board L-Bank Landeskreditbank Baden-Württemberg -Förderbank-)
Managing Director: Karl-Heinz Boos
Director: Lothar Jerzembek
Secretariat: 65 staff (59 in Berlin)

Number of members: 61
Number of qualified valuers (individuals): 203
Number of valuation companies: none

Member of TEGoVA since:
Category of membership: Full

The Association of German Public Banks, VÖB, is leading associations in the German banking industry.

Permanent Representatives to TEGoVA

Lothar Jerzembek

Director

Tel:+ 49 (0) 30 81 92 1 70
Fax:+ 49 (0) 30 81 92 1 79

Stephan Zerbe

REV

Landesbank Baden-Württemberg
Immobilienbewertung
Humboldtstraße 25
04105 Leipzig

Tel: +49 341 220-39 241
Fax: +49 711 127-66 39 241

REV Awarding Member Association

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VÖB is a REV awarding member association.

The association has the right to award Recognised European Valuer status (designated by the letters REV™) to its members.

Brief History and Role

The VÖB's goal is to represent the common economic and non-material interests of its members, above all in banking issues, to encourage cooperation among its members and to support them in the accomplishment of their tasks. In doing so, the VÖB represents its members' interests vis-à-vis the public and national and international legislative bodies, governments and authorities including the European Union as well as other international organisations that deal with banking issues. The VÖB is accredited with Germany's Lower House of Parliament (Bundestag), the European Parliament and the European Commission. Since 1987, the Association has maintained its own office in Brussels. The VÖB is a member of the European Association of Public Banks, EAPB.

Principals Activities

Support of members in corporate finance, public finance, real estate finance, banking supervision, legal issues, taxation, accounting and financial reporting and valuation.

Principal Areas of Policy

To be completed soon

Organisation

To be completed soon

Membership

The VÖB has 61 members, including the central savings banks/giro institutions (Landesbanken/Girozentralen) and federally and state-owned special credit institutions. The VÖB cooperates with the other banking associations in the Central Credit Committee of the German banking sector (Zentraler Kreditausschuss, ZKA).

Publications

To be completed soon

Other

To be completed soon