Facts & Figures

RBI regards Austria, where it is a leading corporate and investment bank, as well as Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) as its home market. 13 markets in the region are covered by subsidiary banks, the Group also comprises numerous other financial services providers, for instance in the field of leasing, asset management, factoring and M&A.

Overview

13 subsidiary banks in the cee region

~ 1,000 awards from financial magazines

18.6 million customers

successful in CEE since 1987

45,825 employees

ATX listed since 2005

1,797 business outlets

EUR 191 bn total assets

RBI: Third Quarter Report 2021

Outlook updated / Consolidated profit of over one billion Euro

  • Net interest income up 9% quarter-on-quarter driven by volume growth and higher key rates• Net fee and commission income up 8% quarter-on-quarter to EUR 538 million
  • Cost income ratio at 52.1% in Q3 while general administrative expenses (up 3% quarter-on-quarter) reflect first time consolidation of Equa bank and integration cost
  • Year to date provisioning ratio at 0.21%
  • Consolidated profit improved 76% year-on-year to EUR 1,055 million
  • Loans to customers up 11% (excluding Equa bank 9%) year-to-date
  • CET1 ratio at 13.2% (fully loaded), including year to date result and Equa bank impact
  • Moody’s rating upgrade to A2 from A3
  • Extraordinary general meeting scheduled for 10 November to vote on proposed additional dividend of EUR 0.75 per share 

 

business focus

RBI not only offers Austrian and international companies a broad range of products in corporate and investment banking, but also a comprehensive coverage in CEE.

Through an extensive branch network, local companies of all sizes as well as private customers are supplied with high-quality financial products.

RBI maintains representative offices and service branches in selected Asian and Western European locations to support its business activities.