Foreign Clients

Welcome to the Foreign Clients branch of Pax-Bank!

Founded by Catholic priests in the year 1917 as a self-help organization of the Catholic Church in Cologne/Germany, Pax-Bank has offered its banking products and services exclusively to Christian institutions for 90 years now. Being organized as a cooperative business Pax-Bank mainly is in the property of the German Catholic dioceses nowadays. 

Pax-Bank knows and shares the wishes and objectives of its ecclesiastical clientele.
It can offer customized products meeting the needs of the institutions of the Church.
We would like to offer you to benefit from the advantages of an experienced bank for the Church. Be it in matters of carrying out international payment transactions or in matters of the short-term or long-term productive investment: Pax-Bank always offers its clients an exclusive service at special rates. On demand, we are also prepared to work out an individual solution for an old age pension scheme for the members of your institutions.

Electronic banking products facilitate a reliable and cost-effective way to place orders to Pax-Bank from almost any country in the world.

Pax-Bank invests the entrusted clients’ funds following ethical and social responsibility criteria in the sense of Christian ideals, such as e.g. Socially Responsible Investment Funds or Microfinance Certificates. The multiple awards provide striking evidence that a big claim for social responsibility is not a contrast to a good performance.

Pax-Bank is pursuing the objective to make itself known beyond Germany and to offer its products on an international level for some years now. In 2001 it opened a representative office in Rome. 
Centrally located in the headquarters in Cologne, the Foreign Clients branch supports Pax-Bank clients from all over the world.

We are convinced that we can offer you products and services that will arouse your interest in Pax-Bank.

You can also register for our international newsletter. This way you will be regularly informed about Pax-Bank and its new developments.