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CEE architects of transition: Herbert Stepic

Herbert Stepic joined Raiffeisen Zentralbank Österreich (RZB) in 1973. In 1978, he took over the group’s international banking division and from 1986 led its expansion into emerging Europe. He stepped down as chief executive of RZB’s legal successor Raiffeisen Bank International in 2013.



Few individuals have left a greater mark on banking in emerging Europe than Herbert Stepic. From small beginnings in Hungary in 1987, the founder of Raiffeisen Bank International built up a regional empire that today spans 13 countries from Russia to Albania.

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