Tag Archive: Central and Eastern Europe

Commerzbank scoops the award for “Best Trade Finance Bank in CEE & CIS” in bne Intellinews

bne Intellinews, the magazine focusing on business, economic and political news in emerging markets, has recognised Commerzbank as the “Best Bank for Trade Finance” in both Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS). In the magazine’s latest issue, Holger Kautzky, Commerzbank’s Head of Financial Institutions, calls the award “a testament …

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Commerzbank is ‘Best in transaction banking for the CEE region’ says the FT’s The Banker

Thanks to its unparalleled role in trade finance in the region, Commerzbank has been named ‘Best Bank in Central & Eastern Europe (CEE)’ in this year’s Transaction Banking Awards at the specialist magazine of the Financial Times, The Banker. Commerzbank’s ability to maintain strategic partnerships and its steadfast role in correspondent banking during times of increased international and regional …

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Where next for Croatia’s trade? Commerzbank looks at the country’s business environment in European Business magazine

The past year has seen a host of new political and economic developments for Croatia. A business-friendly government, a supportive banking sector, and a return to economic growth have all boosted the outlook for import and export trade. According to Nicolas Adamovich, President of the German-Croatian Chamber of Industry and Commerce, and Senior Representative at …

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Commerzbank offers a blueprint for Croatia’s economic recovery in specialist trade magazine

Having ushered in a new government, marked a quarter of a century of independence, and posted the first positive economic growth after six years of recession, Croatia’s fortunes seem at last on the mend. Writing in specialist magazine, Trade and Forfaiting Review (TFR), Nicolas Adamovich – Commerzbank’s senior representative in the bank’s Zagreb office, and …

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Paolo Spada writes for Die Bank on banks’ role as advisors in the CEE region

Doing business in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) is a high stakes game, says Paolo Paolo Spada, head of CEE Global Transaction Banking at UniCredit, writing for German magazine, Die Bank. The region certainly boasts many opportunities: most of its countries are relatively free from debt, and their growing middle class populations are enjoying increasingly …

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