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Czech National Bank  
The CNB is the central bank of the Czech Republic and the supervisor of the Czech financial market. It is established under the Constitution of the Czech Republic and carries out its activities in compliance with Act No. 6/1993 Coll., on the Czech National Bank (pdf, 137 kB) and other regulations. It is an entity governed by public law having its registered address in Prague. It is vested with the powers of an administrative authority to the extent stipulated by law.

Raiffeisen Bank  
Raiffeisenbank a.s. is a prominent banking institution, which offers a wide range of banking services to private as well as commercial clientele in the Czech Republic. The bank is a part of the Austrian financial group Raiffeisen, which in the Czech Republic also offers products and services in the area of building society savings (Raiffeisen stavební spo?itelna), insurance (UNIQA pojiš?ovna) and leasing (Raiffeisen-Leasing, Raiffeisen-Leasing Real Estate and MB Leasing).

Ceská exportní banky  
Czech Export Bank (hereinafter only “CEB”) is a specialised banking institution, directly and indirectly state-owned, for the state support of exports. It was set up in 1995 and is one of the pillars of the government’s pro-export policy system. The CEB mission is to provide state support for exports through the provision and financing of export credits and other services connected with exporting. CEB thus supplements the services offered by the domestic banking system by financing export operations that require long-term financing at interest rates and in volumes that are not available to exporters on the banking market under the current domestic conditions. This allows Czech exporters to compete on international markets under conditions comparable to those enjoyed by their main foreign competitors.

HVB Bank Czech Republic a.s.  
We offer comprehensive, reliable and exacting products and services that always rank among the best in their fields. We have real personal bankers who are proactive, independent and abundantly competent. We take an individual approach to every client and prepare for each solutions and offers that are truly meaningful, useful and efficient. Our relationship is based on mutual trust and discretion.

Komercni banka a. s.  
Komerční banka ranks among the most important banks both in the Czech Republic and the Central and Eastern European region. It is part of the Société Générale Group - the fifth largest banking group in the Euro zone, whose services are used by some 20 million clients all over the world.

Standard Hellier Group  
Standard Hellier Bank is International Private bank Chartered in Republic of Montenegro. We offer for our International and Offshore clients ton-line access to brokerage, current, deposit, merchant or trustee accounts through internet. Please visit us at or

Volksbank CZ  
Volksbank CZ, a. s. is an all-round bank with a wide spectrum of retail and corporate banking products and services. Since it came to the Czech market, Volksbank has gained a firm position in the segment of small and middle-sized banking institutions.

In the Czech Republic, our banking house offers to its clients comprehensive, fast, cheap and safe services on individual basis in the areas of commercial banking, financial and capital markets, business financing, cash management (including electronic banking), and the like.

Commerzbank AG  
Commerzbank is one of the most important European banks successfully operating on international markets for over 130 years. Commerzbank AG entered the Czech market in 1992. With a sophisticated product line and high-quality services to both private and corporate clients, Commerzbank has established itself as one of the leading financial institutions in the Czech Republic. Additional branches were opened in Brno and Ostrava in 1998 and 2001, respectively.


Ceska sporitelna  
The roots of ?eská spo?itelna reach back to 1825, when the Spo?itelna ?eská, the oldest predecessor of ?eská spo?itelna, began operating. This tradition of a Czech savings institution was continued in 1992 by ?eská spo?itelna as a joint-stock company. The 5.3 clients of ?eská spo?itelna today clearly show its strong position on the Czech market.

Ceskoslovenska obchodni banka  
CSOB Group is the leading player in Czech financial services industry. CSOB Group is a part of the international bancassurance KBC Group with a market capitalization over EUR 30bn which is active in Belgium and the CEE region.

GE Capital bank  
GE Money in the Czech and Slovak Republic, with more than $3.8 billion in assets, is a leading provider of credit services, such as personal loans, deposits, sales finance, auto loans and leasing and credit insurance to consumers, small and medium enterprises, retailers and auto dealers throughout the region.

Komercni banka  
Komer?ní banka (KB) ranks among the leading banking institutions in the Czech Republic and the CEE region. As a part of the Société Générale (SG) international group, it provides a comprehensive range of services in retail, corporate and investment banking. Additional specialised financial services, such as pension fund and building society schemes, as well as factoring, consumer lending and insurance, are provided by member companies of the Komer?ní banka Group.