First Investment Bank
|Founded||8 October 1993|
|Products||Retail, private and corporate banking|
|Total assets||€4438.04 mln (2015)|
|Total equity||€381.19 mln (2015)|
|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.
- First Investment Bank website
- UNIBank website
- First Investment Bank Albania website
- CaSys International
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