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Nagelmackers is a private bank in Belgium, the oldest in the country and the 14th oldest bank in the world. It focuses on individuals and provides a wide network of independent and integrated offices in Belgium.
|Headquarters||Avenue de l'Astronomie 23,|
|David Yuan (CEO)|
|AUM||13,24 billion EUR|
Number of employees
|405 FTE (2020)|
Nagelmackers is the oldest Belgian bank, founded in Liège by Pierre Nagelmackers in 1747. During 18th and 19th centuries it was successful as a bank of the Liège industry. In the early 20th century the first office in Brussels opened.
In 1990, after 243 years as an independent bank, Nagelmackers Bank became part of the Banque Nationale de Paris group.
The name Nagelmackers disappeared from the Belgian streets after a takeover by Delta Lloyd Bank in 2005.
In October 2015 the name was changed back to Bank Nagelmackers after the bank was taken over by Anbang.
As of March 2017, Nagelmackers had over 3,800 employees working in 115 branches.