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Alpha Bank Romania S.A.  
Alpha Bank was founded in 1879 by John F. Costopoulos, when he established a small commercial firm in the city of Kalamata. In 1918 the banking department of the "J.F. Costopoulos" firm was renamed to "Bank of Kalamata". In 1924 the Bank's headquarters were moved to Athens, and it was renamed to "Banque de Credit Commercial Hellenique".In 1947 the title was changed to "Commercial Credit Bank" and in 1972 to "Credit Bank" In March 1994 the name turned to "Alpha Credit Bank". In 1999 the bank acquired 51% of the shares of the Ionian Bank.

Banc Post  
Bancpost is one of the most important banks in Romania. We have a powerful team of experts, a wide territorial network and we offer a broad range of products and services, especially designed to comply with the most demanding desires of corporate, retail and high-net worth customers in Romania.

Banca Comerciala Carpatica S.A.  
Mission To strengthen its image as a Romanian bank with a national vocation that promotes itself through a European spirit, offering a wide portfolio of banking products and services, especially to Small and Medium Size Enterprises, as well as to individuals, asserting flexibility and promptness, always considering the needs of the client - its equal business partner.

Banca Comerciala Romana (BCR)  
BCR Mission To be the principal supporter of real economy by providing competitive banking products and services.

Banca de Credit si Dezvoltare ROMEXTERRA S.A.  
The MKB Romexterra Bank Group structure presently includes MKB Romexterra Leasing IFN S.A., a financial leasing company, whose registered office is in Bucharest, MKB Romexterra Fond de Pensii S.A., private pension company fund, whose registered office is in Bucharest, S.C. Corporate Recovery Management S.R.L. limited company which has as activity object " Other activities services performs for enterprises" whose registered office is in Bucharest.

Banca Romana pentru Dezvoltare - Groupe Société Générale (BRD)  
1923 The National Company for Industrial Lending is created as a public institution, with the State holding 20% of the share capital, the central bank 30%, and the rest being held by individuals, amongst whom a group of former directors of Marmorosch Blank & Co., the first Romanian modern bank. The mission of this new institution is to finance the first development stages of the industrial sector in Romania.

Banca Romaneasca S.A.  
Our mission is to support you in your efforts to consolidate your business. Our leading motto is "We believe in possible dreams". We want you to be aware of what we really stand for, of our vision and values, of our development and achievements, for which we are grateful to all of our clients!

Banca Transilvania S.A.  
Banca Transilvania's success story started in Cluj-Napoca, 14 years ago, as an initiative of some businessmen of Cluj. The main idea was to create a local bank, a Cluj brand. The founders' entrepreneurial spirit put its mark on the bank's growth strategy and business approach, building up a strong presence, initially in Cluj and afterwards regionally. Back in 1994, the bank targeted the SME sector, but considering the market opportunities, is focused on retail as well. In 1997 Banca Transilvania became the first Romanian bank listed on the Bucharest Stock Exchange, enhancing its market value and adding transparency to its corporate principles.

Anglo-Romanian Bank  
With an experience exceeding 30 years in the City of London, Anglo-Romanian Bank reaffirms its position on the Romanian banking market by the international experience accumulated, adapted to the current economic conditions.


Citi has been represented in Romania by Citibank Romania S.A. since 1996 and provides high-quality financial services and products to national and multinational companies, small and medium sized companies, public sector and non-for-profit organizations and individuals. Citibank Romania S.A. has 8 corporate banking branches in Bucharest, Constanta, Ploiesti, Timisoara, Cluj, Brasov, Sibiu and Bacau, and 31 CitiFinancial agencies, dedicated to individual clients.

Eximbank of Romania  
EximBank ensures the access of Romanian companies to financing from structural funds for those projects which fall in pace with Romania’s strategy of economic and social development.

Finansbank S.A.  
Credit Europe Bank (Romania) SA has been active on the Romanian market since February 2000. Our Bank, as a universal financial institution, serves all segments of the economy with a wide range of products and services such as consumer finance operations, plastic cards, savings accounts, certificates of deposits, loans for SMEs, working capital loans, project finance transactions and trade finance operations.

UniCredit Tiriac Bank  
Mission We commit ourselves passionately to create a new way of banking by constantly thriving to serve our clients with innovative solutions. Our reputation is built on trust, accountability for results and quality in our businesses. Our set of values is based on integrity as sustainability condition, which makes it possible to transform profit into value for our stakeholders:

ING Romania is part of ING Group, one of the most powerful provider of financial services worldwide. Through years, ING won on the Romanian market the reputation of a serious, trustworthy provider of the most complex products.

Romanian International Bank  
Romanian International Bank S.A. (“R.I.B.”) is a bank domiciled in Romania, which was established in 1998. Currently, R.I.B. provides retail and commercial banking services in Romanian Lei (“ROL”) and foreign currencies. These include: attracting, maintaining and investing local household and corporate savings accounts and deposits, granting credit facilities, foreign exchange transactions. The wide diversity of banking product and services, in particular loans and guarantees in RON and foreign currencies granted to individuals and small and medium size companies.