List of All Banks in Romania Official Information

The National Bank of Romania was established in 1880 and it is the central bank of Romania. The bank headquarters is situated in the capital city of Bucharest. The National Bank of Romania is the country’s central monetary authority. The central bank is responsible for issuing currency and banknotes, price stability, monetary policy, currency reserves and manages the foreign exchange, licenses and supervises Romanian banks. In this post, you will get all the information about Banks in Romania.

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The Central Bank of Romania

Banks in Romania

Al a glance the Central Bank of Romania all information

Headquarters: Bucharest
Established:     April 1880
Ownership:     100% state ownership
Governor:        Mugur Isărescu
Central bank of Romania
Currency:        Romanian leu
Reserves:        Increase €35.61 billion
Bank rate;       2.50
Website:         www.bnr.ro

List of all Banks in Romania

There are different types of banks in Romania. State-owned, foreign-owned and systemic banks are available in Romania. Their activities are different also.

Banks incorporated in Romania

Retail banks (foreign-owned banks)

Retail banks (domestically-owned banks)

Corporate banks

Romanian branches of international banks

Retail banks

Corporate banks

List of systemic banks

For those who consider a career in the banking sector in Romania, this is the top list of banks in Romania is very helpful on where to start. To get more information, please refer to our list of financial institutions in Romania.

Banca Comerciala Romana (BCR) The bank was established in 1990 and it is Romania’s largest bank by assets. The bank is a subsidiary of Erste Group (Austria). BCR provides retail, capital markets and treasury as well as corporate and investment banking services. BCR bank provides its services through 22 corporate business centers,551 retail units and 23 mobile offices. The bank also serves more than 2100 ATMs and 13500 POS terminals to its customers.

BRD – Group Societe Generale  The bank began its operations in Romania in 1990. BRD serves approximately 2.2 million customers through 870 branches all over the country. In terms of the number of branches, BRD is the largest bank in Romania. The bank is headquartered in Bucharest and is a member of Societe Generale. The bank serves retail, SMEs, investment banking and big corporations, customers.

Banca Transilvania  The bank was established in 1994 and its business covers three main areas: retail, SMEs and enterprises. The bank has more than 7,000 employees are serving 2 million customers across the country. Banca Transilvania also monitors a network of more than 550 units.

CEC Bank  The history of CEC Bank can be traced back to 1881, it is the oldest bank in Romania. The bank specially serves financing for agricultural small and medium enterprises, public management and economic development projects across the country.

Alpha Bank  Romania Alpha Bank began operations as Banca Bucaresti SA in 1994. The bank provides a full range of financial products and services to retail customers, SMEs and corporate customers. It is a subsidiary of Alpha Bank Group which is the largest financial group in Greece.

Raiffeisen Bank  Raiffeisen Bank provides a wide range of financial products and services to retail customers, SMEs and large companies. Bucharest based, the bank is a subsidiary of Raiffeisen Banking Group (Austria). The bank is responsible for overseeing multiple distribution channels, including more than 350 bank branches, ATM and EPOS terminals.

UniCredit Bank  The bank was established in 1991. UniCredit Bank was as Banca Comerciala Ion Tiriac SA (Banca Tiriac). The bank serves more than 600000 customers through 157 branches.

These are the best and selected banks in Romania. You can visit the banks as you need. All the links and information are updated herewith.

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