Raiffeisen Bank International

Raiffeisen Bank International is a universal bank focusing on corporate and retail customers in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) and on corporate customers in Austria. In CEE, Co. consists of a network of banks, leasing companies and financial service providers. In Austria, Co. is involved in corporate finance and export and trade finance banks. Co. provides services to customers in 2,800 branch offices. In the retail banking business, Co.'s product and service portfolio comprises inter alia credit services (mortgages, credit cards and personal loans), as well as payment transaction and current account package services. As of Dec 31 2014, Co.'s total assets amounted to Euro121.6 million
  • TickerRBI
  • ISINAT0000606306
  • ExchangeVienna Stock Exchange
  • SectorBanks
  • CountryAustria

Analysts

RAIFFEISEN BANK INTL.AG sees a downgrade to Slightly Negative on account of less fundamental stars

The independent financial analyst theScreener just lowered the general evaluation of RAIFFEISEN BANK INTL.AG (AT), active in the Money Center Banks industry. As regards its fundamental valuation, the title now shows 2 out of 4 stars while market behaviour can be considered risky. theScreener believes that the title remains under pressure due to the loss of a star(s) and downgrades its general evaluation to Slightly Negative. As of the analysis date May 17, 2019, the closing price was EUR 21.64 and its target price was estimated at EUR 18.30.

Niklas Kammer

Morningstar | Raiffeisen Bank Reports First-Quarter 2019 Results Distorted by One-Offs

Raiffeisen Bank reported first-quarter results of EUR 226 million compared with EUR 399 million for the same period last year. Although the 43% drop in the bottom line appears alarming, we think this quarter was not as dramatic and underlying performance was robust. Operations and results have been impacted by the sale of its Polish core banking operations, negative valuation effects on derivatives held for hedging purposes, and impairment reversals that boosted the comparable period last year. As these items are one-off charges in our view and we already factor in a less favourable loan loss ...

Niklas Kammer

Raiffeisen Bank Reports First-Quarter 2019 Results Distorted by One-Offs

Raiffeisen Bank reported first-quarter results of EUR 226 million compared with EUR 399 million for the same period last year. Although the 43% drop in the bottom line appears alarming, we think this quarter was not as dramatic and underlying performance was robust. Operations and results have been impacted by the sale of its Polish core banking operations, negative valuation effects on derivatives held for hedging purposes, and impairment reversals that boosted the comparable period last year. ...

Niklas Kammer

Morningstar | New Raiffeisen Company Report

We think the management team of Raiffeisen Bank has made a timely decision on adjusting its position in its home markets. The Czech Republic, Romania, and Slovakia are the markets where the bank is currently looking to grow, while in Russia and Ukraine, the bank has been shrinking its operations because of country-related macroeconomic and economic concerns. In Russia, it has maintained its strategic focus on high-quality customer service and reduction of RWAs to expand its loan portfolio in a very balanced way, which, in our view, will support asset quality and efficiency groupwide. Thanks to...

Niklas Kammer

New Raiffeisen Company Report

Raiffeisen Bank reported full-year results for 2018 of EUR 1.4 billion compared with EUR 1.2 billion last year, as income generation more than offset slightly higher expenses. Both net interest income and net fee and commission income increased 4.2% year over year, driven by higher loans to customers, up 4%, for the former and higher loan and guarantee as well as payment transfer business for the latter. Historically low impairment losses of 21 basis points formed a tailwind last year, but manag...

Raiffeisen Bank International AG: Raiffeisen Bank International's Additional Tier 1 issuance improves loss-absorption buffers

The successful placement will improve the bank’s AT1 capital buffer to €1.15 billion from just under €650 million as of September 2017.

Raiffeisen Bank International AG: Update following upgrade of deposit ratings to A3

FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS CREDIT OPINION 10 November 2017 Update RATINGS Raiffeisen Bank International AG Domicile Vienna, Austria Long Term Debt A3 Type Senior Unsecured - Fgn Curr Outlook Stable Long Term Deposit A3 Type LT Bank Deposits - Fgn Curr Outlook Stable Please see the 

Raiffeisen Bank International AG: RBI's improved credit profile is positive for Austria's Raiffeisen sector

FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS ISSUER IN-DEPTH 3 November 2017 RATINGS Raiffeisen Bank International AG Deposits / Senior Unsecured A3 / A3 BCA / Adjusted BCA ba1 / baa3 Subordinate Baa3 Pref. Stock non-cumulative Ba3(hyb) Issuer Outlook Stable Source: Moody's Investors Service KEY METRICS: Raiffeisen Bank International AG 2015 2016 2Q 2017 Problem loans / Gross loans

Raiffeisen Bank International AG: RBI's improved credit profile is positive for Austria's Raiffeisen sector

FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS ISSUER IN-DEPTH 3 November 2017 RATINGS Raiffeisen Bank International AG Deposits / Senior Unsecured A3 / A3 BCA / Adjusted BCA ba1 / baa3 Subordinate Baa3 Pref. Stock non-cumulative Ba3(hyb) Issuer Outlook Stable Source: Moody's Investors Service KEY METRICS: Raiffeisen Bank International AG 2015 2016 2Q 2017 Problem loans / Gross loans

Raiffeisen Bank International AG: Semiannual update

FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS CREDIT OPINION 22 September 2017 Update RATINGS Raiffeisen Bank International AG Domicile Vienna, Austria Long Term Debt Baa1 Type Senior Unsecured - Fgn Curr Outlook Stable Long Term Deposit Baa1 Type LT Bank Deposits - Fgn Curr Outlook Stable Please see the 

Niklas Kammer

Morningstar | Raiffeisen Bank Reports First-Quarter 2019 Results Distorted by One-Offs

Raiffeisen Bank reported first-quarter results of EUR 226 million compared with EUR 399 million for the same period last year. Although the 43% drop in the bottom line appears alarming, we think this quarter was not as dramatic and underlying performance was robust. Operations and results have been impacted by the sale of its Polish core banking operations, negative valuation effects on derivatives held for hedging purposes, and impairment reversals that boosted the comparable period last year. As these items are one-off charges in our view and we already factor in a less favourable loan loss ...

Niklas Kammer

Raiffeisen Bank Reports First-Quarter 2019 Results Distorted by One-Offs

Raiffeisen Bank reported first-quarter results of EUR 226 million compared with EUR 399 million for the same period last year. Although the 43% drop in the bottom line appears alarming, we think this quarter was not as dramatic and underlying performance was robust. Operations and results have been impacted by the sale of its Polish core banking operations, negative valuation effects on derivatives held for hedging purposes, and impairment reversals that boosted the comparable period last year. ...

Niklas Kammer

Morningstar | New Raiffeisen Company Report

We think the management team of Raiffeisen Bank has made a timely decision on adjusting its position in its home markets. The Czech Republic, Romania, and Slovakia are the markets where the bank is currently looking to grow, while in Russia and Ukraine, the bank has been shrinking its operations because of country-related macroeconomic and economic concerns. In Russia, it has maintained its strategic focus on high-quality customer service and reduction of RWAs to expand its loan portfolio in a very balanced way, which, in our view, will support asset quality and efficiency groupwide. Thanks to...

Niklas Kammer

New Raiffeisen Company Report

Raiffeisen Bank reported full-year results for 2018 of EUR 1.4 billion compared with EUR 1.2 billion last year, as income generation more than offset slightly higher expenses. Both net interest income and net fee and commission income increased 4.2% year over year, driven by higher loans to customers, up 4%, for the former and higher loan and guarantee as well as payment transfer business for the latter. Historically low impairment losses of 21 basis points formed a tailwind last year, but manag...

Robert Brzoza

Raiffeisen - 1Q19 results below our expectations (slightly negative)

Research prepared by PKO BP Securities

1 director bought

A director at Raiffeisen Bank International Ag bought 10,000 shares at 26.999EUR and the significance rating of the trade was 78/100. Is that information sufficient for you to make an investment decision? This report gives details of those trades and adds context and analysis to them such that you can judge whether these trading decisions are ones worth following. Included in the report is a detailed share price chart which plots discretionary trades by all the company's directors over the last two years clearly showing Close periods where trading activity is restricted under listing rules. ...

Research Team

Focus: Gazprom – ice starting to melt?; PKO BP posts strong set of 1Q19, appears to be the best delivery in the sector; Raiffeisen Int. posts weak 1Q19 bottom line due to trading losses; MedLife – strong 1Q19 beat on operations

HEADLINES: • Gazprom: ice starting to melt? • PKO BP: posts strong set of 1Q19, appears to be the best delivery in the sector POSITIVE • Raiffeisen Int.: posts weak 1Q19 bottom line due to trading losses NEUTRAL • MedLife: strong 1Q19 beat on operations; net profit hit by FX revaluation and tax rate POSITIVE • National Bank: 1Q19 - a solid start • Romgaz: 1Q19 results - stronger than expected • Sphera: 1Q19 below expectations NEGATIVE • Electrica: 1Q19 - higher-than-expected loss NEUTRAL • Transelectrica: 1Q19 in line • GTC: 1Q19 results in line, stock trades at nearly a 20% discount to N...

Research Team

Focus: EME Macro/Strategy – Brexit – as disorderly as it gets; PZU posts solid set of 4Q18 results, slightly ahead of expectations; Jumbo’s 1H18/19 results – resilient margin, strong operating performance; PGE’s 4Q18 results

HEADLINES: • EME Macro/Strategy: Brexit - as disorderly as it gets • PZU: posts solid set of 4Q18 results, slightly ahead of expectations POSITIVE • Jumbo: 1H18/19 results - resilient margin, strong operating performance • PGE: 4Q18 results in line with preliminary numbers, 2019E guidance remains unchanged NEUTRAL • Energa: 4Q18E supply preliminary EBITDA revised down NEUTRAL • Raiffeisen Int.: 2019E guidance sets a good tone NEUTRAL • Globalworth: EGM to vote on the equity raising, scheduled for 29 March POSITIVE • Norilsk Nickel: Roman Abramovich sells 1.7% of the company NEUTRAL • Rostel...

Research Team

WOOD Morning (6 February)

HEADLINES: • MLP Care: robust even in a recession (stays BUY) • MONETA Money Bank: posts strong 4Q18, strong guidance and raises dividends guidance POSITIVE • Rosneft: 4Q18 - earnings suppressed by more write-downs, but FCF & leverage reduction still on track • Raiffeisen Int.: posts mediocre preliminary 4Q18 net profit, with some negative one-offs NEGATIVE • CME: 4Q18 results review - OIBDA up 19% yoy, in line with guidance and our estimates NEUTRAL • OMV: 4Q18 results and EUR 1.75 DPS proposal • OMV Petrom: 4Q18 results and an 8% dividend yield • Lotos: 4Q18 preliminary estimates, bette...

Research Team

WOOD Morning (30 January)

HEADLINES: • Romanian banks: it happened one night (Banca Transilvania and BRD downgraded to HOLD) • Romania politics: parliamentary structure and ALDE comments • Santander Bank Polska: posts neutral set of underlying results for 4Q18 • Bucharest Stock Exchange: shareholders approve creation of central counterparty • AmRest: 4Q18 preliminary sales up 23% yoy NEUTRAL • O2 Czech Republic: takeaways from 4Q18 conference call NEUTRAL • KGHM: tremor at Rudna mine NEGATIVE • Raiffeisen Int.: 4Q18E results preview (preliminary data due on 6 February) • Erste Bank: 4Q18E results preview (due on 2...

Research Team

WOOD Morning (16 January)

HEADLINES: • EME macro/strategy: Brexit update • Erste Bank/Raiffeisen Int.: Romanian tax could lead to business cutback NEGATIVE • Polish banks: neutral dividend recommendation from PFSA NEUTRAL • Jumbo: 1H18/19 sales up 7.6% yoy, broadly in line with our estimates • Titan Cement: 4Q performance update in line • Benefit Systems: buys 47.5% stake in Benefit Partners POSITIVE • Turkcell: fined TRY 91m by Competition Board NEUTRAL • Richter: Health Canada imposes restrictions on Esmya NEUTRAL • DIGI Communications: conclusion of the anti-corruption investigation • Rostelecom: may buy DataLi...

RAIFFEISEN BANK INTL.AG sees a downgrade to Slightly Negative on account of less fundamental stars

The independent financial analyst theScreener just lowered the general evaluation of RAIFFEISEN BANK INTL.AG (AT), active in the Money Center Banks industry. As regards its fundamental valuation, the title now shows 2 out of 4 stars while market behaviour can be considered risky. theScreener believes that the title remains under pressure due to the loss of a star(s) and downgrades its general evaluation to Slightly Negative. As of the analysis date May 17, 2019, the closing price was EUR 21.64 and its target price was estimated at EUR 18.30.

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  • Suvi Platerink Kosonen

Coffee, Croissants & Credit/Rabobank to issue the first Dutch non-preferred

Rabobank (RABOBK) has indicated its intentions to issue a non-preferred senior unsecured bond with a 5yr maturity according to various press sources. The IPTs for the Rabodeal are set at MS +low 70s. The bond is expected to be rated A3/A-/AA- and will thus be better rated than the outstanding French comparables. The bond is expected to be launched in the near future subject to market conditions. (For full story, download report)

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Suvi Platerink Kosonen

Raiffeisen Bank International/Green RBI with a decent pickup vs German peers

Raiffeisen Bank International[de] is an Austrian bank with the bulk of its earnings generated in Eastern European countries. The bank's CET1 ratio in 1H18 was 12.8% and the total capital ratio protecting senior debtholders 17.8%. RBI is rated A3/BBB+. The bank issued its inaugural green bond in July and the bond has performed well since its launch. In our view, RBIAV0.25 7/21 offers decent pickup versus German green non-preferred senior comparables.

Raiffeisen International Bank Hol – Proxinvest Corporate Governance Rating ® : D

Proxinvest Corporate Governance Rating ® helps investors integrate governance into their investment decision and identify governance risks and opportunities within their portfolio. Proxinvest Corporate Governance Rating ® Service rates European issuers through the analysis of four main themes : Ownership & Shareholder rights, Board & Committees, Audit & Process, Remuneration. Each theme is rated taking into account several comprehensive sub-categories. Our unique two-step process to achieve each rating includes a first step quantitative valuation and a second step qualitative filter...

Expert Corporate Governance Service (ECGS)

Proxy Rapport 21/06/2018

Item 4: Since there is no vote on Management Board members' remuneration in Austria, we take this opportunity to voice our concerns regarding the remuneration system currently in place at Raiffeisen Bank International AG which we consider has several shortcomings: The targets for the short-term incentive (STI) have not been adequately disclosed. Likewise, there is no disclosure provided on maximum amounts. Since financial year 2014, there is no long-term incentive (LTI) in place. Benefits in kind and pension provisions are not disclosed separately but included in the fixed and other remunerati...

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