Raiffeisen Bank International

+ 43 1 717 070
Am Stadtpark 9, 1030, Vienna
 

The story of Raiffeisen Bank International AG begins in the middle of the nineteenth century and is closely associated with the name of Friedrich Wilhelm Raiffeisen (1818 – 1888). When establishing the banking group, he was led by two principles: "Do not wait to be helped - help yourself!" and "We are stronger as a group!”. In 1862 the first cooperative banking association was formed in the town of Anhausen (Germany). In 1886 the first bank in the territory of Austria was established in Mühldorf am Inn. In 1927 Raiffeisen Zentralbank (RZB) was founded as a central institution of Raiffeisen Banking Group. In 2005 Raiffeisen International (Member of RZB Group) was emerged. In 2012, resulting the merging of the business sector of Raiffeisen Zentralbank Österreich AG's (RZB) and Raiffeisen International Bank-Holding AG, Raiffeisen Bank International AG was founded.

Web-site: www.rbinternational.com

Available currencies: EUR, CHF, USD

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