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26 Jan 2023


Raiffeisen bank response

...RBI´s subsidiary bank in the Russian Federation operates as a separate legal entity and must act according to all applicable Russian laws. RBI does not, directly nor through its subsidiaries, perform any business activities in any of the territories of Donetsk and Luhansk regions and the Crimean Peninsula. RBI is examining all strategic options for the future of Raiffeisenbank Russia, up to and including a carefully managed exit from the bank. Due to the complexity of the situation, including restrictive measures imposed by the Russian Federation, this process is continuing.

The war in Ukraine is having a devastating impact on the country’s people and economy. Since the outbreak of war, the RBI Group has provided extensive humanitarian aid measures for Ukraine and continues to support its customers and employees while contributing to the financial stability of the country...