Наша Хоробра Зірка хоче відзначити компанії, які безстрашно долають шлях та досягають успіхів навіть під час воєнного часу в Україні. Ми пишаємося вашою стійкістю, надзвичайною адаптивністю та відданістю веденню бізнесу в Україні.
Raiffeisen Bank is among top Ukrainian banks by key financial indicators. It maintains its position on Ukraine’s banking market as the largest foreign bank and fourth among commercial banks in terms of total assets (UAH 54.89 billion as of 31 March, 2011). As at 31 March, 2011, the Bank’s paid-in capital was UAH 3.0 billion, its own capital amounted to UAH 6.45 billion. The Bank has an effective management structure, based on a clear division into business lines (corporate, retail, small and micro business and treasury) and supporting verticals. As of the end of 1Q 2011, the Bank served a total of almost 3.91 million clients. The Bank provides a broad range of banking services through its nationwide network which comprised, as of March 31, 2011, a total of 920 outlets throughout Ukraine. The number of ATMs as at 31 March 2011 amounted to 2900. Raiffeisen Bank is also an active player in the interbank financial market.
The renewal of the trust of Raiffeisen Bank’s clients might be considered as the main achievement of the Bank in 2010. The Bank consistently focuses on developing state-of-the-art and innovative services for clients.
In 2010, Raiffeisen Bank was ranked among top Ukrainian banks by trust and recognition of clients, partners and experts, both Ukrainian and international. The Bank was the winner in the nomination Best Bank in Ukraine 2010 of the rating Best Bank in CEE/CIS 2010 of Business New Europe (bne). According to the regular survey on the image of the largest Ukraine’s banks conducted by GfK Ukraine, the Bank was named among 10 Most Reputable Companies in Ukraine. Ukrainian business weekly Companion recognized the Bank as Most Reputable Company of Ukraine in 2010. In July, 2011, Raiffeisen Bank was for the fifth time named Ukraine’s best bank by the world-renowned Euromoney magazine.