- Balance sheet total: € 14,5 billion
- Market position of Raiffeisen Polbank: No. 9 by customer loans
- Number of employees: 5,128
as of December 2015
Raiffeisen Bank Polska S.A was merged with Polbank EFG S.A. at the end of 2012. This resulted in an institution with an even stronger capital base and ranking among Poland’s largest banks.
The Raiffeisen Group in Poland maintains its leading position especially in the areas of factoring, leasing and technological loans. In factoring, the bank continues to be the country’s no. 2 with more than 14 per cent market share, while its leasing subsidiary is the second-largest provider in this business area. As of year-end 2015, Raiffeisen serviced more than 730,000 customers through a network of 350 branches.
In February 2015, RBI published its strategic realignment initiative including a number of steps to increase its capital buffers. The measures are intended to facilitate an improvement in the common equity tier1 ratio (fully loaded) to 12 per cent by year-end 2017, compared to 10 per cent at year-end 2014. The planned steps affect a number of operations across the RBI Group. Among other measures, it was decided to sell Raiffeisen Polbank, as the prevailing local market circumstances made it impossible to achieve the necessary market positioning targets in the foreseeable future.
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