The renowned magazine Global Finance has just published its annual Top 100 of the most stable banks in more than 100 countries throughout the world. This ranking is the result of a study carried out by the magazine and published in its November 2016 issue. For the second consecutive year in the “sub Saharan Africa” ranking, RAWBANK is acclaimed as the most stable bank in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
It is important to note that the award-winning banks were selected after a meticulous evaluation of their profit/loss. RAWBANK’s award illustrates a year of excellence for the bank that was notable for the very rapid extension of its network of branches, the achievement of a balance-sheet total of one billion dollars (a first in the Congolese banking sector) and its partnership with FPM.
Banks in all countries throughout the world are operating in various economic circumstances concerning the laws that govern them, the risks that they must control and the behaviour of consumers that they must satisfy. Although it has to cope with a particularly difficult economic context, RAWBANK is successfully confirming its leadership in the DRC.
This award is added to the numerous ones already won by RAWBANK, the most recent being the 2016 “The Banker” trophy for the best bank of the year in the DRC, awarded by the prestigious Financial Times (leading magazine in financial publication) for the fourth time.
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