What is an RBI bank

Raiffeisen Bank International AG, Düsseldorf

Raiffeisen Bank International AG
Düsseldorf office
Benrather Strasse 12
40213 Düsseldorf

Telephone (0211) 860 613-66
Fax (0211) 860 613-30

Email: abftr (at) rbinternational.com
Internet: www.rbinternational.com

Raiffeisen Bank International AG (RBI) regards Austria and Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) as its home market. In Germany, mainly medium-sized and multinational companies with a business focus on Central and Eastern Europe are among RBI's customers. Around 50,000 employees serve around 16.5 million customers in around 2,400 business outlets in CEE. In Austria, RBI is one of the leading commercial and investment banks.

Receivables financing:

The asset-based finance team at RBI has broad structuring expertise based on many years of transaction experience since 1993. Depending on the respective customer needs, a wide range of structures can be offered, from classic factoring to securitization, as well as tailor-made alternatives. The team's many years of experience, in connection with the close cooperation with Raiffeisen Faktor Bank in Vienna, enables an optimized structural solution for the customer.

  • In-house factoring at home and abroad
  • Securitization of receivables
  • Factoring of individual claims
  • Reverse factoring
  • Full service factoring

Range of services:

  • From a transaction volume of EUR 10 million
  • Several sellers are possible within one factoring contract
  • Purchase of receivables in different currencies (especially in local Eastern European currencies) as well as purchase of receivables under different jurisdictions
  • Individual transaction structures are possible that are tailored to the needs of the customer (hybrid forms between factoring and securitization)

Participation ratios:
RBI is part of the Austrian Raiffeisen banking group, the largest banking group in the country, and acts as the central institution of the Raiffeisen Landesbanken. They hold around 58.8 percent of the shares, the rest is in free float.

EUR 10.8 billion core capital with a CET1 ratio (fully loaded) of 13.9 percent (as of the end of 2019)

Founding year: