KfW is one of the world’s leading promotional banks. Since 1948 KfW has been committed to improving economic, social and ecological living conditions all around the world on behalf of the Federal Republic of Germany and the federal states. To do this, it supplied funds totalling EUR 76.5 billion in 2017 alone; of this total, 43% was spent on measures aimed at protecting the climate and the environment.

In Germany, KfW Group has offices in Frankfurt am Main, Berlin, Bonn and Cologne. Its global network includes around 80 local and representative offices.

The people behind KfW

The success of KfW is based above all on the expertise and motivation of its employees. More than 6,000 people work on achieving KfW’s goals. As a company at the interface between politics and the economy, KfW offers its staff a wide range of responsibilities, as well as the opportunity to work abroad. KfW supports the development of its employees through expert leadership as well as target-oriented qualifications and further training. The declared objective of KfW is to establish a gender-sensitive and health-oriented corporate culture, to increase the number of women in management positions and to further improve the compatibility of work and family life. In addition to child care based on employee needs, flexibility in terms of time and space plays a central role. Even management can work on a part-time basis – something they do make use of, even partially in tandem models. For many years now, the Hertie Foundation has certified KfW as a family-friendly company in the “Career and Family” audit. Furthermore, KfW is one of the 100 most popular employers in Germany. KfW offers competitive and performance-based remuneration and extensive social benefits.





Company size 

5,001-10,000 employees