BANKS BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA
Central Bank of Bosnia and Herzegovina
The Central Bank of Bosnia and Herzegovina was established in accordance with the Law adopted at the Parliament of Bosnia and Herzegovina on 20 June 1997. The Central Bank started its operation on 11 August 1997.
Turkish Ziraat Bank Bosnia dd
Turkish Ziraat Bank Bosnia d.d. was issued the license to carry out the banking business in Bosnia and Herzegovina in October 1996, and started its operations in Sarajevo in March 1997 as the first bank founded with foreign capital in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Turkish Ziraat Bank Bosnia d.d. is the subsidiary of T.C. Ziraat Bankas? A.?. and giving all contemporary banking services in Bosnia and Herzegovina since 1997.
ProCredit Bank d.d. Sarajevo is a commercial bank with full range of banking services with attractive conditions for companies, population and organizations. Our goal is to provide full service to our clients. Our shareholders are committed to long term support to the Bank.
Raiffeisen BANK dd Bosnia and Herzegovina
The bank was founded on 7th November 1992 and started its operations as Market banka dd Sarajevo, a stock corporation of private shareholders owning the vast majority of shares (more than 90 per cent).
Bosna Bank International d.d.
Bosna Bank International d.d. Sarajevo is established on October 19, 2000 as the first bank in Europe to operate on the principles of Islamic banking.
Balkan Investment Bank AD
The economics of Bosnia and Herzegovina are in the process of reconstruction, privatisation, and conversion to the market economy. In most cases the success of this process depends on the ability to stimulate investment into the region. The international community considers as very important not only the attraction of investors, but also the security of their investment. For this reason changes in legislation, taxation, and customs duties have been made.
NLB Development bank Banjaluka
NLB Development bank Banjaluka.