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Romanian International Bank is a bank in Romania that offers a wide range of services to its clients, not including attracting, maintaining and investing in customer savings bank products offered by RIBSA such as: attracting, maintaining and investing local household and corporate savings accounts and deposits, granting credit facilities, foreign exchange transactions. The wide diversity of banking product and services, in particular loans and guarantees in RON and foreign currencies granted to individuals and small and medium size companies. They present like: dinamic development process, focused on extension of domestic branch network and consolidating its presence abroad. The main objectives of the bank are: making opportunities, flexibility, reliability and high efficiency. The Bank operates through the Head Office located in Bucharest and through its network of 34 branches, located in Bucharest and in the country.
General Informations
HQ Address: Bd. Unirii 67, Bl G2A, Tronson 1 si 2, Sector 3, Bucuresti, Romania
Opening Times: Click to view Opening Times
Phone: 021/318.95.15
Fax: 021/318.95.16; 021/318.95.17
Web: Romanian International Bank
E-mail: office@roib.ro
SWIFT: ROINROBU PAN: N/A BANK SORT CODE: N/A
Branches: 34 Founded: 1998
History

Romanian International Bank S.A. ("R.I.B.") is a bank domiciled in Romania, which was established in 1998. Currently, R.I.B. provides retail and commercial banking services in Romanian Lei ("ROL") and foreign currencies. Romanian International Bank (RIB) is a bank in Romania, established in 1998. U.S. Bank has a majority, with the main shareholder Daniel Roberts family, which is the majority shareholder of American Bank Merchants Bank of California. Bank had in late June 2006, assets of euro 69.7 million. In 2006, the bank had assets amounting to 249 million, in 2007, 500 million in 2008, had assets worth 472.6 million lei.
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