Raiffeisen Sees Uphill Task for Banks to Lift East Europe ProfitBy
Western lenders struggle to earn capital costs with 10% RoE
Regional credit growth slows, driven by Poland, Russia
Western European banks are under increasing pressure from regulators and investors to boost profits in central and eastern Europe to justify staying there, according to a study by Raiffeisen Bank International AG, one of the biggest lenders in the region.
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