Raiffeisenbank Bulgaria Case Analysis

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About Raiffeisenbank Bulgaria
Raiffeisenbank Bulgaria is a subsidiary of Raiffeisen Bank International AG (RBI) which is one of the leading banks in Austria, Central and Eastern Europe. Raiffeisenbank Bulgaria (RBB) is rated by the international agency Fitch with the rating BBB+, in the long term, and is fully licensed for operations in Bulgaria and abroad, according to the Bulgarian Law on Banking and Credit Activities. RBI has a well-developed network of daughter companies in countries including: Bulgaria, Albania, Belarus, Croatia, Hungary, Kosovo, Poland, Russia, Serbia, Ukraine and many other countries in Europe. And has been awarded with many decoration such as “Bank of the Year in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE)” by the he special interest magazine of Financial Times LTD, The Banker, many times including this year (Rbb.bg, 2014).
The Brand
The brand of RBI is associated with high quality service and top level performance on the corporate
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