RBI generated consolidated profit of EUR 804 million, demonstrating the resilience of the business in a challenging environment.
Earnings were nonetheless significantly lower year-on-year, reflecting the lockdowns, the subsequent recession, rate cuts and CEE currency weakness. The bank's digitalization strategy proved to be a strong advantage, especially during the pandemic.
This strategy will continue to be consistently executed and thereby support future growth at attractive returns.
The Report has been prepared based on the internationally recognized “GRI Standards” framework of the Global Reporting Initiative. It is RBI’s “Non-financial Report” pursuant to the Austrian Sustainability and Diversity Improvement Act and has been audited by KPMG and the Supervisory Board.
It informs about the economic, ecological and social impacts of our business activities and present our current and planned sustainability measures.
The report motto "Responsible banking for a sustainable future" highlights our aspiration in our role as a responsible banker as well as our responsibility to have a positive impact on the environment and society and to support our customers in their transformation toward a sustainable future.