First Investment Bank

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For the Ukrainian bank, see First Investment Bank (PJSC).
First Investment Bank
Първа инвестиционна банка
Industry Financial services
Founded 1993
Headquarters Sofia, Bulgaria
Products Retail, private and corporate banking
Total assets €4438.04 mln (2015)[1]
Total equity €381.19 mln (2015)[1]
Website First Investment Bank

First Investment Bank or Fibank (Bulgarian: Първа инвестиционна банка, Parva investitsionna banka), founded on 8 October 1993, is currently (Q1'13) the third largest Bulgarian bank (measured in total assets). The bank is the mother bank of a financial group on the Balkans - it has a branch in Albania with 10 offices, one in Cyprus, as well as a subsidiary bank in Macedonia (Bulgarian: УНИБанка, UNIBank). First Investment Bank also controls CaSys International - an international card operator based in Skopje, Republic of Macedonia.

In Bulgaria, it has 21 branches and 68 offices throughout the country. Its clients include 380,000 individuals and 21,000 corporate bodies.

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