December 2017

Monthly Archives

  • How will we use real money over the next years?

    In July 2017,  the application phase for “Elevator Lab”, the fintech accelerator program of Raiffeisen Bank International (RBI) started. In total, 336 fintech start-ups used the opportunity for a potential long-term cooperation with the RBI Group and RBI’s 16.6 million customers in Austria and the CEE region. 13.4 per cent of all applications were submitted by […]

  • 4 questions about Hungary’s economic outlook

    Zoltan Török, Head of Research at Raiffeisen Bank in Hungary, spoke with us about the economic development in 2017 in Hungary, gave us an economic outlook for 2017 and told us which sectors/segments are doing particularly well. Watch for yourself! Are you interested in what Zrinka Zivkovic Matijevic, Head of Research at Raiffeisen Bank in […]

  • 4 questions about Croatia’s economy

    Zrinka Zivkovic Matijevic, Head of Research at Raiffeisen Bank in Croatia, talks about the economic development, the outlook for 2018 and surprises on the Croatian market. Are you interested in what Zoltan Török, Head of Research at Raiffeisen Bank in Hungary has to say about Hungary’s economic development and outlook? Then see for yourself here.  

  • Explore Warsaw

    Warsaw is not like other Polish cities. Many visitors to the capital of Poland, whether for leisure or business purposes, wonder what interesting sites it has to offer. The capital is completely different because after the war (during which 80 per cent of the area was destroyed) it was put together from fragmented pieces, rebuilt […]

  • New payment gadgets to come

    Imagine paying for fuel right on the head-up display of your car, or paying for clothes in the changing room, or simply paying with your watch, some other sort of jewelry or the sleeve of your jacket. This is actually not so far from real life, as you might think. As posted in this article […]

  • Smartphones as payment devices

    Financial transactions are speeding up. Transfer times have already become much shorter in the past years. Diverse initiatives on the European level will also promote and challenge this, for example Instant Payments, which means to implement euro payments within ten seconds in Europe by the end of the year – 24 hours a day, 365 […]