Raiffeisen Bank in Albania has been awarded as the Best Foreign Bank in the country for the year 2010. It is an honor that EMEA Finance recognizes Raiffesen Bank with this prestigious award.
During the ""Europe Banking Awards 2010â€œ event organized in Vienna on June 30, 2011, Raiffeisen Bank International was recognised as ""Best Bank in Austria"" for 2010. ""The title 'Best Bank in CEE & CIS' underlines once more our excellent position in Europe's most important growth region. It is also recognition of the efforts we took to strengthen our group for the challenges after the global economic crisis by means of our internal merger,"" said RBI-CEO Herbert Stepic.
Also its subsidiary Raiffeisen Bank dd Bosna i Hercegovina recived the title as ""Best Bank in Bosnia"". RBI's network banks in Albania, Belarus, Romania and Russia each received the title ""Best Foreign Bank"".
â€žIt gives me a great pleasure that all the hard work and the excellent results of last year have been awarded by EMEA. We have ahead a challenging year and I am convinced we will have other prestigious awards like this oneâ€œ, said Christian Canacaris, CEO of Raiffeisen Bank in Albania.
Raiffeisen Bank in Albania currently leads its market in all business segments and is Albaniaâ€™s largest bank. Its asset base is close to 2 billion euros and it has a network of 103 branches throughout the country. The Bank has a product range processes, systems and a branch infrastructure that compares favorably with 21st century European standards.
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