December 12, 2017
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" We may see the small value God has for riches, by the people he gives them to. "

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MKB Nextebank is part of the European Group BayernLB - MKB recognized as having a financial tradition. BayernLB is the leading commercial banks in Germany's Bavaria and is addressed to both clients - large and medium-sized companies in Germany and across Europe, and the segment of individuals. BayernLB Sparkassen-Finanzgruppe is a member of Bavaria and is distinguished by high performance at regional level. Its lients include BayernLB both listed companies, comprising the DAX or MDAX and family companies with turnover of over 1 billion euros. Also, the bank is internationally recognized as an expert in project financing of exports, infrastructure, energy and renewable energies. Founded in 1950, MKB Bank brings experience success on the Hungarian market, where banks are the top 3. Is a universal bank, with strong emphasis on the segment of companies, which hold over 14% market share for credit products. MKB Nextebank vision is to become the first choice informed, modern, dynamic, looking for customized solutions, fast and efficient. Its mission is to become a tool to empower its clients a catalyst for their success. To achieve this, turn to: sincerity and frankness, vitality and fresh ideas, foresight and proactive, respect for their needs, openness, attitude full support and confidence.
General Informations
HQ Address: Str. Sf. Elefterie nr. 18, sector 5, Bucuresti, Romania
Opening Times: Click to view Opening Times
Phone: 0 800 410 310
Fax: 0372 148 273
Web: MKB Nextebank
E-mail: N/A
Branches: N/A Founded: 1950

MKB Nextebank (formerly MKB Romexterra Bank) is part of the European Group Bayern LB - MKB (BayernLB). Since September 2006, the bank's main shareholder is the Hungarian bank MKB Bank, the third largest bank in Hungary, owned 89.62% of German bank Bayerische Landesbank. In late 2006, MKB Romexterra Bank was the 21st largest bank in terms of assets on the Romanian market with a market share of 0.71%. At the end of 2009, assets held MKB Romexterra 570 million euros. In June 2010, the bank's branch network was just over 60 units. In 2003, Romexterra Bank became the majority shareholder of the brokerage Romaxa in Targu Mures, which was later renamed in Romexterra Finance. In May 2008, MKB Pension Fund Romexterra withdrew from the mandatory private pensions market.
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