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Alpha Bank  
Alpha Bank is the second largest bank in Greece with 450 branches throughout the country. It also has a subsidiary and branch in London, and branches and subsidiaries throughout the Balkans .

American Bank of Albania  
The American Bank of Albania (ABA) was established in 1998 by the Albanian American Enterprise Fund (AAEF) and is currently the third largest bank in Albania according to customer deposits.

First Investment Bank  
First Investment Bank Parva investitsionna banka) is the seventh biggest Bulgarian bank (measured in dependence of total assets) founded on 8 October 1993.

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

BIA - Banka Italo Shqiptare  
The Italian Albanian Bank is the first private bank founded on 1992 according to a special law. The paid-up capital amount to USD 15.500.000. The Head Office is located in Tirana. The first branch has been opened on 1999 in Durres, followed by the branch of Vlora on 2002. On 2004 a new branch has been opened in Shkodra.

Banka Kombetare Tregtare is a full-service commercial bank with USD 860 million in assets, ranking it as the second largest bank in Albania.

ProCredit Bank Albania  
ProCredit Bank Albania is a development-oriented full-service bank. We offer excellent customer service and a wide range of banking products. In our credit operations, we focus on lending to micro, small and medium-sized enterprises, as we are convinced that these businesses create the largest number of jobs and make a vital contribution to the economies in which they operate.

Tirana Bank  
Tirana Bank is the first private Bank which has started operations in Albania. It was established on 1996 and its growth during this period has been tremendous after creating a very wide network throughout Albania, actually with 36 Branches. Nowadays, after 10 years in the Albanian market, this bank is well-consolidated and offers a very wide range of products and services according to its clients needs.

Union Bank  
Union Bank is the leading Bank in Albania.


The World Bank Albania  
Albania is a lower middle income country with a gross domestic income per person of $2927 in 2006.The country has made significant progress since its transition from a communist regime towards a market-based economy. Albania has pursued major structural and economic reforms and has pushed ahead with the establishment of democratic institutions. With the exception of the pyramid crisis of 1997, it has achieved and sustained strong economic growth, while containing inflation in almost every year.