Raiffeisen (Albania)

The Raiffeisen Bank is the largest bank in Albania, with more than 60% of all retail deposits and the largest branch network.

Raiffeisen Bank
TypeBank
IndustryFinance
Area served
Albania
ProductsFinancial Services
Websiteraiffeisen.al

BackgroundEdit

It was originally known as Banka e Kursimeve (Savings Bank of Albania), but following its acquisition by Raiffeisen Zentralbank (RZB) during 2004[1] it was rebranded as Raiffeisen Bank. Since the acquisition, Raiffeisen has implemented retail lending and services, starting with ATM services and debit cards, and later additional retail activities. The bank is also building its corporate and SME businesses.[citation needed]

Banking Team Through The YearsEdit

Christian Canacaris

Alexander Zsolnai[2]

Elona Mullahi (Koçi)

Gentian Capo

Edi Mala

Edit Qyra

Enio Jaco

Egon Lerchster

Enida Gjeta

Fiorent Rrushi

Lyubomir Punchev

Gerta Lekaj

Zheni Mio

Isabela Dena

Erion Shkembi

Awards and RecognitionsEdit

Best Foreign Bank In Albania (2015,2011)[3]

Best Bank in Albania (2013,2012,2008,2007)

Best Bank in Albania (2011,2010,2009,2008)

Best Bank in Albania (2007,2006,2005,2004)

Best Bank in Albania (2009,2006,2005,2004)

Best Bank in Albania (2007,2006,2005)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Raiffeisen in Albania" (PDF). Raiffeisen. Retrieved 8 May 2016.
  2. ^ "Bordi Drejtues | Raiffeisen Bank - Fitoni çdo sfidë". www.raiffeisen.al. Retrieved 2021-04-28.
  3. ^ "Raiffeisen Bank - Fitoni çdo sfidë". www.raiffeisen.al. Retrieved 2021-04-28.