About UniCredit Corporate & Investment Banking

UniCredit is a simple successful pan-European Commercial Bank, with a fully plugged in Corporate & Investment Banking (CIB), delivering a unique Western, Central and Eastern European network to our extensive client franchise.

UniCredit Corporate & Investment Banking serves 1,500 multinational corporates and key financial institutions and supports the group’s corporate banking units in delivering services to 600,000 corporate and public sector clients. We also deliver investment solutions for UniCredit’s retail and private banking clients.

By focusing on banking that matters, we offer local and international expertise, providing unparalleled access to market leading products and services in 13 core markets through our European banking network. Leveraging on an international network of representative offices and branches, UniCredit serves clients in another 18 countries worldwide.


Best Trade Finance Provider in Western Europe

2017 - Best Trade Finance Provider in Western Europe

2017 - Best Trade Finance Provider in Central and Eastern Europe

2017 - Five-Star Cash Manager in Western Europe

2017 - Five-Star Cash Manager in Central and Eastern Europe

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