Auslagerungsbank

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13:04 Dec 16, 2016
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German to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Finance (general)
German term or phrase: Auslagerungsbank
Hi all,

Very little found online about the term "Auslagerungsbank". Translation a document describing an app for investment recommendations, funds etc. "Auslagerungsbank" appears a couple of times:

Anschließend können Sie über die Orderauf-gabestelle (Festgeld) bzw. über das Konto (Tagesgeld) wählen, zu bzw. von welcher Auslagerungsbank Sie Geld transferieren möchten.

Has anyone ever come across it?

Thanks,

Gavin
Gavin O'Leary
Ireland
Local time: 04:32


Summary of answers provided
3custodian bank
Kirsten Shoraka
2external (bank) account
Sanni Kruger


  

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external (bank) account


Explanation:
More of a guess really.

Sanni Kruger
United Kingdom
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custodian bank


Explanation:
I'm not entirely sure due to the lack of context. but if this is about investments that are in different depots, then it would be the custodian bank where the investment is held and from where it can be withdrawn.

otherwise I would have just translated it with "branch"

Kirsten Shoraka
United Kingdom
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