Brussels is quirky and diverse. That's why there should be a bank that works, lives and offers solutions tailored to Brussels. This is exactly the approach of KBC Brussels.
Why KBC Brussels?
Brussels is a marvellous capital. Multicultural, welcoming and vibrant, with a lively commercial centre. Brussels is a village, a city, a metropolis and a European capital all at once, which means it has a rare diversity. Until now, no single bank-insurance institution has offered an approach tailored specifically to these unique circumstances in Brussels.
With KBC Brussels, the KBC group has met that need: with 60 branches (13 of which are insurance agencies), 400 employees and an autonomous executive committee, there is now a new, local player in the capital. Thanks to KBC's and CBC's networks and the strength of an international group, KBC Brussels (part of KBC Bank) offers a real solution for banking business in Brussels.
Tailor-made for Brussels
KBC Brussels is Brussels through and through. A separate, local and independent executive committee means that we can quickly make decisions suited to the needs of the city. Our staff have a thorough understanding of local legislation and are members of Brussels business clubs, the Chamber of Commerce and various associations that keep our capital moving. We have launched our own incubator for Brussels start-ups, and we also support local culture and sport. We look to recruit new employees who have a genuine heart for Brussels.
A bank with ambition
KBC Brussels wants to become the financial partner for everybody who lives or works in Brussels and brings the city to life. We want to help our current and future clients with their personal and professional plans by providing solutions that are tailored to housing, mobility and enterprises in Brussels.
Only a player that genuinely understands Brussels can deliver solutions for the projects that allow our capital to grow.
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