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ALBA Berlin Company Club

This sports club was founded in 1989 as BG Charlottenburg, and was the originator of the ALBA BERLIN Basketballteam e.V. in 1991. On July 1, 2006, the professional part of the association was split off into the newly founded ALBA BERLIN Basketballteam GmbH. The founding partners of the company are the club together with ALBA Group, who have been close partners since 1991 and gave their name to the Berlin Albatrosses basketball team.

www.albaberlin.de

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Berenberg

Berenberg traces its roots back to the year 1590. Not only is it one of the oldest banks in the world, but it has also developed very dynamically in recent years. With 1,250 employees and total managed assets of 36.1 billion euros, we are one of Europe's leading private banks.

We offer our customers individual services in four business areas: Private banking, investment banking, asset management and corporate banking.

www.berenberg.de

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Bethmann Bank

Founded in 1712, Bethmann Bank is currently one of the top-three providers of private banking in Germany. As the largest true private bank, we work exclusively with wealthy private clients and asset managers. The total value of the assets we manage is around 36 billion euros. Bethmann Bank is a subsidiary of ABN AMRO, which has one of the strongest financial bases of any bank in Europe. We offer our customers clear, understandable, individual and sustainable solutions.

www.bethmannbank.de

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British Chamber of Commerce in Germany

With 900 members, BCCG is the largest British-German economic network organisation in Europe, established in 1919. BCCG´s aims include strengthening British-German economic relations and promoting Germany and the United Kingdom as investment locations. The chamber also serves as a link to investors in the UK.

www.bccg.de

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Credit Suissse

Founded in 1856 and based in Zürich, Credit Suisse offers its expertise in more than 50 countries and has over 45,000 employees. Credit Suisse's department of Global External Asset Managers has been a dedicated business partner for asset managers and multi-family offices since 1994. Around 500 employees in 15 locations across the globe maintain approximately 100 billion CHF banked at Credit Suisse by independent wealth managers. Credit Suisse thus sees itself as a "global partner" for asset managers, offering access to virtually all international markets and a powerful private banking platform in order to meet the needs of asset managers. (It is only possible to engage the services of Credit Suisse on behalf of end customers with the prior involvement of Credit Suisse (Deutschland) AG.)

www.credit-suisse.com

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VBKI – Verein Berliner Kaufleute und Industrieller

The VBKI has been contributing to a unique project since 1879: the future of Berlin!

We want to help shape Berlin and bring it forwards. We do this using a range of unique methods. Berlin's decision-makers come together through our strong and wide-ranging network. We offer a space for exchanging contacts, experiences and ideas.
Our 1,800 members are united by the desire to make things happen in and for Berlin. As advocates of responsible entrepreneurship, we are aligned with the principles of the social market economy. We support a number of non-profit projects, and through this engagement we set an example for creating a more liveable city in the future.

www.vbki.de

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Verein der Freunde der Nationalgalerie

The ”Verein der Freunde der Nationalgallerie” is a non-profit association that supports the work of the German National Gallery with its 6 locations: The Old and New National Galleries, Hamburger Bahnhof, the Friedrichswerder Church, the Berggruen Museum and the Scharf-Gerstenberg Collection.
"To provide long-term support to the National Gallery and contribute to its further expansion" is the main role of the association, as set out in its constitution. It has pursued this goal through around 150 acquisitions with a total value of 50 million euros over the last thirty-five years. This includes significant artworks such as "Who's Afraid of Red, Yellow and Blue" by Barnett Newman; the "Skat Players" by Otto Dix; and contemporary works by artists such as Thomas Demand, Michel Majerus, Omer Fast and Cyprien Gaillard.

The association has also supported around 100 exhibitions at the National Gallery since 1984. This allowed large projects such as "MoMA in Berlin" (2004), "Die schönsten Franzosen kommen aus New York" (2007) and "Gerhard Richter. Panorama" (2012) to be realised, as well as special projects like "Carsten Höller. Soma" (2010) or "Tomas Saraceno. Cloud Cities" (2011) and last but not least “ImEx” (2015).

www.freunde-der-nationalgalerie.de