RBI receives several awards from EMEA Finance, including “Best bank” in Kosovo

London based EMEA Finance magazine decorated the RBI Group with a broad range of awards. RBI won the regional award “Best bank in CEE & CIS” for the seventh time in a row. 15 out of 75 awards overall went to RBI Group members, making it the largest single group of winners.

 

Raiffeisen Bank Kosovo is also one of the winners, as EMEA Finance awarded it as “Best bank” in Kosovo in 2021. This is the second recognition for Raiffeisen Bank Kosovo this year, following the award as Best Bank in Kosovo announced by Euromoney financial magazine in July.

 

Commenting the numerous awards that the RBI Group received from EMEA Finance, Johann Strobl, RBI CEO said: "We greatly appreciate the awards from EMEA Finance as confirmation of our product quality, innovativeness and profitability."

 

Below is the list of the RBI group banks that received EMEA Finance awards:

 

CEE & CIS, "Best bank", RBI

Austria, "Best bank", RBI

Austria, "Best investment bank", RBI

Austria, "Best asset manager", Raiffeisen Capital Management

Albania, "Best foreign bank", Raiffeisen Bank

Croatia, "Best bank", Raiffeisenbank Austria

Czech Republic, "Best bank", Raiffeisenbank

Czech Republic, "Best private bank", Friedrich Wilhelm Raiffeisen

Kosovo, "Best bank", Raiffeisen Bank Kosovo

Romania, "Best bank", Raiffeisen Bank

Romania, "Best investment bank", Raiffeisen Bank

Slovakia, "Best bank", Tatra banka

Slovakia, "Best private bank", Tatra banka Private Banking

Slovakia, "Best asset manager", Tatra banka

Ukraine, "Best bank", Raiffeisen Bank

 

“2021 proved that Europe's banks were able to weather the significant challenges presented by the coronavirus pandemic. Our winners demonstrated that they are able to support the communities they serve, while returning a profit for shareholders,” wrote EMEA Finance’s CEO & Publisher Christopher Moore.

 

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