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Raiffeisenbank a.s. is a subsidiary of Raiffeisen Bank International AG (RBI), which regards Central and Eastern Europe (including Austria), as its home market.
Raiffeisen Bank International (RBI) regards Austria, where it is a leading corporate and investment bank, as well as Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) as its home market. 13 markets of the region are covered by subsidiary banks. Additionally, the RBI Group comprises numerous other financial service providers, for instance in leasing, asset management or M&A.
RBI has become an official Signatory of the UN Principles for Responsible Banking – a single framework for a sustainable banking industry developed through an innovative partnership between banks worldwide and United Nations Environment’s Finance Initiative.
Around 46,000 employees service 16.7 million customers through approximately 2,000 business outlets, the by far largest part thereof in CEE. RBI's shares are listed on the Vienna Stock Exchange.
RBI operates subsidiary banks in the following CEE markets:
|Albania||Raiffeisen Bank Sh.a.|
|Bosnia and Herzegovina||Raiffeisen Bank d.d. Bosna i Hercegovina|
|Bulgaria||Raiffeisenbank (Bulgaria) EAD|
|Czech Republic||Raiffeisenbank a.s.|
|Croatia||Raiffeisenbank Austria d.d.|
|Kosovo||Raiffeisen Bank Kosovo S.A.|
|Hungary||Raiffeisen Bank Zrt.|
|Romania||Raiffeisen Bank S.A.|
|Slovakia||Tatra banka, a.s.|
|Ukraine||VAT Raiffeisen Bank Aval|
|Poland||Raiffeisen Bank International Branch|
RBI's shares are listed on the Vienna Stock Exchange. The Austrian regional Raiffeisen banks own around 58.8 per cent of the shares, the remainder is in free float. Within the Austrian Raiffeisen Banking Group (RBG), RBI is the central institute of the regional Raiffeisen banks and other affiliated credit institutions.
Raiffeisen's strong roots in Austria date back more than 130 years. Raiffeisen's first Austrian credit cooperative was founded in Mühldorf, a village in Lower Austria, in 1886. Local cooperatives soon started working together and, in turn, founded regional cooperatives marking the beginning of today's three-tiered structue of the Austrian Raiffeisen Banking Group. This not only helped to strengthen their position in the market, but also enabled better management and risk control. Numerous product and service cooperatives were founded on the back of increasing specialization and market integration. RBG has achieved its leading market position through healthy organic growth.