The Croatian National Bank (CNB) is the central bank and central independent monetary authority. It was established in 1990. CNB was formed to maintain the country’s financial system and ensures price stability. The central bank is also responsible for issuing banknotes, maintaining national reserves, ensuring economical liquidity in state and abroad. In this post, you will get all information about Banks in Croatia.
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The Croatian National Bank (CNB)
At a glance The Croatian National Bank (CNB) all Information
Headquarters: Zagreb, Croatia
Established: 21 December 1990
Ownership: 100% state ownership
Governor: Boris Vujčić
Central bank of Croatia
Currency: Croatian kuna
Reserves: 14 540 million USD
List of all Banks in Croatia
There are 26 banks are currently operating in Croatia. 3 banks were recently closed due to their bad reputation. Banks in Croatia are focused on always retail banking, housing financing and retail and corporate banking. Here you will get a complete list of all banks list below.
- Addiko Bank
- Agram banka
- Banka Kovanica
- BKS Bank AG
- Centar banka
- Croatia banka
- Erste & Steiermärkische Bank
- Hrvatska Narodna Banka
- Hrvatska poštanska banka
- Imex banka
- Istarska kreditna banka Umag
- J&T banka
- Karlovačka banka
- OTP banka
- Partner banka
- PBZ stambena štedionica
- Podravska banka
- Privredna banka Zagreb
- Raiffeisen stambena štedionica
- Raiffeisenbank Austria
- Samoborska banka
- Slatinska banka
- Wüstenrot stambena štedionica
- Zagrebačka banka
For those who consider a career in the banking sector in Croatia, this is the top list of banks in Croatia is very helpful on where to start. To get more information, please refer to our list of financial institutions in Croatia.
Privredna Banka (PBZ) Privredna Banka (PBZ) is one of the largest banks in Croatia was established in 1966 to provide various professional banking products and services to retail and corporate clients in Croatia. PBZ is a subsidiary of Intesa Sanpaolo (Italy). The bank headquarters are in Zagreb and it controls 301 branches and 962 ATM machines across the country.
Raiffeisenbank Austria Zagreb (RBA) Raiffeisenbank Austria Zagreb (RBA) was established in 1994 and its headquarters is located in Zagreb. The bank controls a network of 70 branches in 36 Croatian cities. It is a subsidiary of Raiffeisenbank Banking Group (Austria) and its first branch established in Croatia with foreign capital.
Addiko Bank In the retail banking industry, Addiko bank is the pioneer name that mainly provides its services. The bank was established in 2015 and its headquarters is located in Zagreb. It is a member of Austrian Addiko Bank.
Splitska Banka The bank was established in 1965, later became a joint-stock company and changed its name in 1981. Splitska Banka (formerly known as Komunalna Banka) provides a wide range of personal and corporate banking services in Croatia. The bank headquarters is located in Split and is a member of the OTP Bank (Hungary).
Sberbank The bank is a member of the financial group Sberbank Europe AG (Austria). Sberbank, formerly known as Volksbank, mainly provides various banking products and services to Croatian retail customers, large companies and small and medium enterprises. The company is headquartered in Zagreb and has 31 branches in 22 cities throughout the country.
These are the best and selected banks in Croatia. You can visit the site to gather more information. All links and official information are included herewith.