Eugene Bandel

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Eugen Bandel (born June 1, 1879 in Speyer ; † January 14, 1948 in Bad Godesberg ) was a German bank manager and board member of Commerzbank .


After completing his apprenticeship at Speyrer Volksbank, he joined the Düsseldorfer Bank Association. In 1906 he became an authorized signatory in Barmer Bankverein , of which he became co-owner in 1920. In the course of the merger between Commerzbank and Barmer Bankverein decided by the Brüning government , he became a member of the Board of Directors of Commerzbank. There he was responsible for international business.

Bandel was a member of the Central European Business Conference . On May 1, 1933 , Bandel joined the NSDAP . In the summer of 1933 he was involved in the Aryanization of the Auer society . He lived in Berlin-Schmargendorf .

In September 1945 he retired .


  • Reichs Handbuch der Deutschen Gesellschaft - The handbook of personalities in words and pictures . First volume, Deutscher Wirtschaftsverlag, Berlin 1930, ISBN 3-598-30664-4
  • Short biography in the biographical appendix in: Christoph Kreutzmüller: Dealers and trading assistants: The Amsterdam financial center and the major German banks (1918-1945) . Stuttgart 2005, p. 335. Restricted preview in the Google book search

Individual evidence

  1. Bernhard Lorentz: The Commerzbank and the 'Aryanization' in the Old Reich . In: VfZ 2/2002 ( PDF ).