Partner Institutions

National Commercial Bank (BKT)

Commercial Bank
The roots of Banka Kombëtare Tregtare are found on November 29th 1925 with the establishment of the first branch in the historical building in Durrës that represents also the oldest Albanian financial institution in the country. BKT, with today’s name, was established in January 1993 by the joint venture of Banka Tregtare Shqiptare with Banka Kombëtare e Shqipërisë. Read More

Credins Bank

Commercial Bank
Credins Bank was established in Albania on March 31, 2003 as the first private bank with Albanian capital. The head office is located in Tirana. At the end of 2017, the Bank has a network of 58 branches and 63 ATM totaling over 120 locations in Albania. The bank is today the third largest bank in the country. Read More

OTP Bank

Commercial Bank
OTP Bank as a dominant banking player in Hungary and the Central and Eastern European region provides high quality financial services for its more than 18,5 million private and corporate clients in nine countries through its almost 1500 branches, agent networks, 3900 ATMs, internet and electronic channels. Read More

Union Bank

Commercial Bank
Union Bank was established in Albania on January 11, 2006 as the second bank with Albanian capital. The head office is located in Tirana. It currently employs 349 people and has 31 branches throughout Albania. Read More

First Investment Bank (FIBank)

Commercial Bank
FIBANK aims to be one of the top 10 banks in Albania and in the region that is known for a fast-growing, innovative, customer oriented that delivers products and quality services, to find excellent opportunities to develop their employees and contribute to friends. Read More

Raiffeisen Bank

Commercial Bank
It was originally known as Banka e Kursimeve (Savings Bank of Albania), but following its acquisition by “Raiffeisen Zentralbank” (RZB) during 2004 it was rebranded as Raiffeisen Bank. Since the acquisition, Raiffeisen has implemented retail lending and services, starting with ATM services and debit cards, and later additional retail activities. The bank is also building its corporate and SME businesses. Read More


Non-Banking Financial Institutions
Since its establishment in 1998, NOAhas been dedicated to finance the socio-economic development of Albanian families throughfunding and re-energizing small and medium-sized enterprises (SME), small farmers and family needs. NOA has proven that it has the ability, the opportunity and the will to constantly and efficiently support the growth of every Albanian family, independently their income, geographical location or access to finance. Read More


Non-Banking Financial Institutions
SCA “FED invest” is a financial institution built on cooperative principles. Our mission is to offer a wide range of financial products and services, especially to the population living in rural areas of Albania, in order to increase financial inclusion and reduce overall poverty. We operate amicably, using modern banking technology. Read More
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Non-Banking Financial Institutions
UniFin Savings and Credit Company is a Financial Institution, licensed by the Bank of Albania, specialized in granting microcredits and holding deposits. UniFin is a non-profit Institution which aims to meet the financial needs of its members in loans and deposits, thus making a sustainable contribution to the development of the country. Read More

Fondi Besa

Non-Banking Financial Institutions
Fondi BESA is one of the most important microfinance institutions in Albania that offers micro, small and medium loans to individuals, supporting them to start, extend and further improve income generating activities. Read More

Crimson Finance Fund Albania

Non-Banking Financial Institutions
Crimson Finance Fund Albania (CFFA) is a non-bank financial institution licensed by the Bank of Albania on October 2nd, 2015 under the License Nr. 34. CFFA’s mission is to increase the access to finance for the Albanian micro, small and medium-sized enterprises that are underserved by the local financial market, towards a sustainable economic environment. Read More

Agro & Social Fund

Non-Banking Financial Institutions
Agro & Social Fund is focused on improving the quality and suitability of services offered to its target clients, mainly through the continuous assessment of their needs, creating opportunities for clients, families and communities to increase welfare, reduce poverty or vulnerability, increasing access to finance, creating new jobs or adding value to existing ones. Read More
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