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BRD - Groupe Société Générale is the second bank in terms of banking assets in Romania. BRD - Groupe Société Générale ranks first of the financial entities listed at the Bucharest Stock Exchange and second of all the listed companies. BRD - Groupe Société Générale is deeply anchored in the Romanian economy and the global community through more than 930 agencies and more than 1300 ATM. In December 2008, BRD counts 2,6 million active individuals and corporate customers and more than 2,3 million banking cards. The quality of their services is guarantied by more than 9500 professionals who form the BRD team. The majority stake of BRD is held by one of the most important banking groups in the Euro zone, Société Générale, whose services are used by 27 millions customers all over the world. The bank carries out its business on three main markets, retail banking, corporate banking, investment banking. BRD is committed to developing its goodwill on these three markets, by adopting a strategy of long-term partnership with its customers. Since the privatization, every year the bank's performances determined prestigious international publications like Euromoney, Global Finance or The Banker to award BRD the title of "Best Bank in Romania". Its main objectives and values are: organization and procedures adapted to the strategy of its customers, selective growth of its assets, innovation, decrease of the cost / income ratio, lasting profitability. The success of their strategy of sustainable development is based on our values embraced by all men and women of Société Générale Group: professionalism, team spirit and innovation.
General Informations
HQ Address: Bd. Ion Mihalache nr. 1-7, sector 1, Bucuresti, Romania
Opening Times: Click to view Opening Times
Phone: 021 301 48 48; 021 301 41 88
Fax: 021 301 41 04
Web: Banca Romana pentru Dezvoltare
E-mail: webmaster.brd@brd.ro
SWIFT: BRDEROBU PAN: N/A BANK SORT CODE: N/A
Branches: 900 Founded: N/A
Branches
Adjud Afumati Aghiresu Agnita Aiud Alba Iulia Albota Alesd Alexandria Amara Apahida Arad Ardud Avrig Azuga Babadag Babeni Bacau Baia Mare Baia Sprie Baicoi Baile Herculane Baile Olanesti Bailesti Bals Band Barlad Barsana Bascov Bechet Beclean Beius Berca Bicaz Bicazu Ardelean Bistrita Blaj Blejoi Bocsa Boldesti-Scaeni Bolintin Vale Borcea Borsa Botosani Bozovici Brad Bradu Braila Bran Brasov Breaza Brosteni Bucuresti Buftea Buhusi Bumbesti - Jiu Busteni Buzau Buzias Calafat Calan Calarasi Calimanesti Campeni Campia Turzii Campina Campulung Moldovenesc Campulung Muscel Caracal Caransebes Carei Cavnic Cehu Silvaniei Cernavoda Chiajna Chiscani Chisineu Cris Ciacova Ciorani Cisnadie Ciumani Cluj Napoca Codlea Comanesti Comarnic Constanta Corabia Cornu Corund Costesti Covasna Craiova Cristuru Secuiesc Cugir Cujmir Curtea de Arges Curtici Dabuleni Dancu Deda Dej Deta Deva Ditrau Dobrotesti Domnesti Dorohoi Draganesti Vlasca Dragasani Dragomiresti Drobeta Turnu Severin Dumbraveni Dumbravita Eforie Nord Fagaras Faget Falticeni Farcasa Faurei Fetesti Filiasi Flamanzi Floresti Focsani Fratautii Noi Fundulea Gaesti Galati Gataia Gheorgheni Gheorghieni Gherla Ghimbav Ghimes Faget Ghiroda Giurgiu Govora Gura Humorului Harlau Harsova Hateg Horezu Huedin Hunedoara Husi Ianca Iasi Ineu Insuratei Intorsura Buzaului Isaccea Jibou Jimbolia Lechinta Liesti Lipova Lovrin Ludus Lugoj Lupeni Macin Malini Mangalia Maracineni Marasesti Marghita Margineni Matasari Medgidia Medias Miercurea Ciuc Mihai Viteazu Mihail Kogalniceanu Mioveni Miroslava Mizil Moinesti Moldova Noua Moreni Motru Nadlac Nasaud Navodari Negresti-Oas Nehoiu Novaci Ocna Mures Ocna Sugatag Odobesti Odorheiu Secuiesc Oituz Oltenita Onesti Oradea Orastie Oravita Orbeasca de Jos Orsova Otelu Rosu Otopeni Panciu Pancota Pantelimon Panticeu Pascani Patarlagele Pechea Pecica Peretu Petrila Petrosani Piatra Piatra Neamt Pitesti Ploiesti Plopeni Podu Iloaiei Pogoanele Poiana Brasov Poiana Mare Poieni Popesti-Leordeni Popricani Predeal Prejmer Prundu Bargaului Pucioasa Racaciuni Racari Radauti Raducaneni Ramnicu Sarat Ramnicu Valcea Rasnov Recas Reghin Resita Roman Rosiorii de Vede Rovinari Roznov Rucar Sabaoani Sacalaz Sacele Sacuieni Salonta Sandominic Sangeorz Bai Sannicolau Mare Sapanta Sarmasu Sascut Satu Mare Saulia de Campie Savarsin Sebes Segarcea Seini Sfantu Gheorghe Sibiu Sighetu Marmatiei Sighisoara Simeria Simleu Silvaniei Sinaia Siret Slatina Slobozia Snagov Somcuta Mare Sovata Stefanesti Strehaia Suceava Talmaciu Tamaseni Tandarei Targoviste Targu Carbunesti Targu Frumos Targu Jiu Targu Lapus Targu Mures Targu Neamt Targu Ocna Targu Secuiesc Tarnaveni Tasnad Tautii Magheraus Tecuci Teius Teregova Tiganesti Timisoara Tinca Titu Toplita Topoloveni Tritenii de Jos Tulcea Turceni Turda Turnu Magurele Urlati Urziceni Valea lui Mihai Valenii de Munte Vama Vanju Mare Vaslui Vatra Dornei Vicovu de Sus Videle Vidra Viseu de Sus Vladimirescu Voluntari Vulcan Zalau Zarnesti Zimnicea
History

1923:The National Company for Industrial Lending is created as a public institution, with the State holding 20% of the share capital, the central bank 30%, and the rest being held by individuals, amongst whom a group of former directors of Marmorosch Blank & Co., the first Romanian modern bank. The mission of this new institution is to finance the first development stages of the industrial sector in Romania. 1948: After World War II, pursuant to the Nationalization Law of June 1948, the National Company for Industrial Lending passes into the property of the State, becoming the Investment Credit Bank. 1957: After the reorganization of the financial system, the Investment Credit Bank obtains a monopoly position for the medium and long term financing of all industrial sectors in Romania, except for the agriculture and food industries. It takes a new name and becomes the Investment Bank. Over this period, the majority of the funds granted by the World Bank are managed through the Investment Bank. 1990:The monopoles that the specialized banks exercise in their specific fields of business are over. The Romanian Bank for Development is set up as a joint venture commercial bank, taking over the assets and the liabilities of the Investment Bank. It is granted a universal banking license. 1998: In December the sale - purchase agreement is signed between Société Générale and the State Ownership Fund, the Romanian organism managing the State holdings) whereby Société Générale subscribes for a 20% increase of the share capital and purchases a stake so that its ownership reaches 51% of the increased share capital of BRD. 1999: The State Ownership Fund sells to the EBRD 4.99% of BRD's share capital. 2001: BRD is listed at the Bucharest Stock Exchange, in the firts tier, becoming in short time one of the most traded company. 2003: Following a rebranding campaign, the Romanian Bank for Development becomes BRD - Société Générale Group. The new brand aims to consolidate the Bank's position and to render the public more aware of the identity of the parent company. 2004: Société Générale purchases the residual shares held by the Romanian State at BRD; its ownership rises from 51% to 58.32%.
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