Establishment of the first large banking business "Associatie Cassa" by Messrs. Borski, Voombergh and Bondt in a private house at Keizersgracht 132. Jacob van Geuns and Bartholomeus van der Hoolck Broes were the first Managing Directors. Above: oil painting portraying Dirk Jan Voombergh, co-founder and supervisory director from 1814-1824.
Founder Jan Bondt
First balance drawn up on 9 March 1806.
Share Associatie Cassa from the founding year.
Foundation of the Ontvang- en Betaalkas. This institute was taken over in 1929 by the Kas-Vereeniging.
Establishment of the N.V. Rente-Cassa, a sister company to the Associatie Cassa.
Foundation of the Kas-Vereeniging, with offices at Herengracht.
Payment of coupons at Associatie Cassa, 1872.
The entire staff celebrating 75 years of Associatie Cassa.
Newly built offices of the Associatie-Cassa at Herengracht.
Newly built offices of the Associatie-Cassa.
The entrance hall of the Assocatie Cassa at Herengracht 179 in 1903.
Office rooms at Associatie-Cassa.
Centennial of Associatie Cassa
Ontvang- en Betaalkas, offices at Nieuwe Doelenstraat.
Accounting department at the Kas-Vereeniging.
First typewriter at the Associatie Cassa.
Newly built offices for the Associatie Cassa, intersection of Herengracht and Driekoningenstraat.
View of Kas-Vereeniging from Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal to Spuistraat during demolishment of the Café Palais Royal. Kas-Vereeniging had its premises at Spuistraat since 1915.
Administrators of the Ontvangst- en Betaalkas, 1929.
Take-over of the Ontvangst- en Betaalkas by the Kas-Vereeniging.
As a result of a merger, an expansion of the safe rooms results in the office premises at the Spuistraat being considerably expanded to its present size.
Kas-Vereeniging, new safe room.
Giro department at Kas-Vereeniging.
Break on the terrace of the Spuistraat building.
Coupon department at Associatie-Cassa.
Takeover of Associatie Cassa/Rente Cassa by the Kas-Vereeniging, directly followed by the name change into Kas-Associatie N.V. Implementation of the first logo in combination with a picture of a candlestick.
First IBM mainframe computer in Amsterdam at Kas-Associatie. Burgomaster Van Hall turns it on.
Computer room at Spuistraat premises.
The Amsterdam Stock Exchange obtains all Kas-Associatie shares.
Initial Public Offering of Kas-Associatie. 60% of the shares remains in the possession of the Amsterdam Stock Exchange Association.
Establishment of the UK Branch in London - first branch outside Amsterdam.
Change of name: Kas-Associatie becomes KAS BANK. A new logo is introduced.
KAS BANK celebrates its bicentennial with a seminar in the Berlage Exchange, many gifts to charities and a grand personnel party.
New logo and corporate branding, 2008.
Opening of new offices in Wiesbaden, Germany. In 2015, the German Branch moved offices to Frankfurt am Main.
The Spuistraat office is abandonned and the Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal office becomes the official seat of the bank. This building, formerly known as Telegraaf Building, became part of the bank's offices in 1985 and was renovated and added to in 2002.
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