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Sustainability/Corporate Responsibility Reports

We see publishing a sustainability report as an important communication and information tool in our dialogue with our stakeholders. It not only shows the achievements until today, but also provides an outlook of sustainability objectives, and serves as an incentive for further developments. The reports of the last years are based on the international Global Reporting Initiative-Standard

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Sustainability/Corporate Responsibility Reports  
Sustainability Report 2018 ebook
Sustainability Report 2017 ebook
Sustainability Report 2016 ebook
Key figures of the RZB Group Sustainability Report 2016  
Important facts 2016 at a glance  
Sustainability Report 2015 ebook
 Key figures of the RZB Group Sustainability Report 2015Important facts 2015 at a glance
Sustainability Report 2014  ebook
Update 2013 - Sustainability Report 2011/2012  ebook
Sustainability Report 2011/2012
Sustainability Report 2010
CR Report 2008
CR Report 2007 (Extract of Annual Report)
CR Report 2006 (Extract of Annual Report)
CR Report 2005 (Extract of Annual Report)
CR Report 2004 (Extract of Annual Report)

Value-added reports

In addition to the various annual and sustainability reports that we publish, the value-added reports are intended to provide current data and to complete the picture of RBI.

We invite you to send us your questions and suggestions to sustainabilitymanagement@rbinternational.com

Value-added reports

Economic Footprint ®
The aim of this study is to determine the value-added and employment contributions of Raiffeisen Bank International for 2018 for all CEE countries (incl. Austria) in which it is active. The economic contribution calculated in this study describes the total economic impact made by the operating performance of Raiffeisen Bank International in the CEE countries (incl. Austria). In other words, the aim of the investigation was to quantify not only the direct economic contribution resulting from RBI’s economic activities, but also the effects throughout the upstream value-added chain (indirect effects) triggered by intermediate inputs in other sectors in the CEE countries (incl. Austria).

Value-added report 2018

 

 

Sihn-Weber

Andrea Sihn-Weber

Head of Group Sustainability Management
General Manager of Raiffeisen Sustainability Initiative
Raiffeisen Bank International AG
Am Stadtpark 9, 1030 Wien
Tel: +43-1-71707-6069
andrea.sihn-weber@rbinternational.com