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World's best emerging market banks in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE)

The following are the «World's best emerging market banks 2012 in Central & Eastern Europe» according to rankings published by Global Finance magazine:

CountryBankParent Group
Regional WinnerRaiffeisen Bank International (RBI)RBI
Albania AlbaniaRaiffeisen Bank InternationalRBI
Belarus BelarusPriorbankRBI
Bosnia and HerzegovinaBosnia and HerzegovinaIntesa Sanpaolo bankaIntesa Sanpaolo
Bulgaria BulgariaUniCredit BulbankUniCredit
Croatia CroatiaZagrebačka bankaUniCredit
Czech Republic Czech RepublicCeskoslovenska obchodni banka (CSOB)KBC Group
Estonia EstoniaSwedbank EstoniaSwedbank
Hungary HungaryOTP BankOTP Group
Kosovo KosovoProCredit Bank KosovoProCredit Group
Latvia LatviaSEBSEB Group
Lithuania LithuaniaSEBSEB Group
Macedonia MacedoniaKomercijalna Banka 
Malta MaltaBank of VallettaBOV Group
Moldova MoldovaMoldova Agroindbank 
Poland PolandBRE BankBRE Bank Group
Romania RomaniaRaiffeisen Bank RomaniaRBI
Russia RussiaUniCredit BankUniCredit
Serbia SerbiaRaiffeisen bankaRBI
Slovakia SlovakiaTatra BankaRBI
Slovenia SloveniaNova Ljubljanska BankaNLB Group
Turkey TurkeyAkbank 
Ukraine UkrainePrivatbankPrivat Group


Global Finance magazine has named the "Best Emerging Market Banks in Central & Eastern Europe" in an exclusive survey to be published in the May 2012 issue. Global Finance editors — with input from industry analysts, corporate executives and banking consultants — selected the best emerging market bank in the region and in 22 countries. Criteria for choosing the winners included growth in assets, profitability, strategic relationships, customer service, competitive pricing, and innovative products.

This is the ninteenth year that the magazine has selected top banking performers in emerging markets. The report covers best banks in Asia, the Middle East, Africa, Latin America, and Central and Eastern Europe. "We remain in an unusually challenging environment for banks and their customers," says Joseph Giarraputo, publisher of Global Finance. "More than ever, customers are demanding superior competence from their banking partners. These are the banks best providing that competence."

Source: Global Finance
Date: 26.03.2012 [317]

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