Banca Comercială Română (BCR, Romanian Commercial Bank) is the most important financial group in Romania, including its universal banking operations (retail, corporate & investment banking, treasury and capital markets), and covering specialty companies working on the leasing market, asset management, private pensions, housing banks and mobile banking. BCR is a member of Erste Group (Austria).
Bucharest | Update: 2022-06-18 | ID: 55
Banca Transilvania (BT) is one of the most important financial institutions in Romania, ranked among top 3 banks, and a blue chip of the Bucharest Stock Exchange. BT is the bank for entrepreneurial people in Romania.
Cluj Napoca | Update: 2017-05-30 | ID: 68
BCR Banca pentru Locuinţe (BCR BpL) is the BCR Group subsidiary specializing in saving and lending for housing purposes under a collective system, launched in July 2008.
Bucharest | Update: 2013-06-09 | ID: 1775
Idea::Bank (formerly Romanian International Bank) is a commercial bank that provides financial products and services in the way that Romanian consumers expects nowadays: simple, prompt , personal and transparent. We offer products and services to both individuals and SMEs, counting on the development of new technologies (Digital and Internet banking).
Bucharest | Update: 2017-06-02 | ID: 2385
Marfin Bank (Romania) S.A. (former Egnatia Bank (Romania) SA) is a commercial bank that provides a wide range of banking services to private and corporate clients in Romania.
Bucharest | Update: 2017-08-23 | ID: 2415
The National Bank of Romania (BNR, Banca Naţională a României) is the central bank of Romania. The main objectives and functions of the BNR are as follows: realizing price stability, setting the objectives of the monetary policy, issuing banknotes, supervising the national payments system, etc.
Bucharest | Update: 2013-06-09 | ID: 1773
Raiffeisen Bank S.A. is a top universal bank on the Romanian market. The Bank provides a complete range of high quality products and services for private individuals, small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and large companies, via multiple distribution channels: banking outlets (over 500 throughout the country), ATM and EPOS networks, phone-banking (Raiffeisen Direct), mobile-banking (myBanking) and internet banking (Raiffeisen Online).
Bucharest | Update: 2022-09-23 | ID: 1450