ZAO“Raiffeisenbank Austria” and the newspaper The Moscow Times together with company Evans present the second edition of a bilingual Moscow dining guide.
The Moscow Dining Guide/Moscow Restaurants contains over 30 colorreviews dedicated to 300 Moscow restaurants. Besides interiordescriptions, menus and prices readers can find classification manualsproviding information on cuisines, average bill cost, location and openhours.
The book mentions the restaurants where each holder of a Raiffeisen card(both debit and credit one) can get special bonuses or discounts whenpaying via the bank’s card. In order to get a bonus the client should tell the waiter in advance that the bill will be paid via the Raiffeisenbank card.
"The Moscow Dining Guide" is another result of our fruitful cooperationwith the Moscow Times; in 2004 Raiffeisenbank acted as one of thesponsors of the book, which turned out to be a very successful project”, Member of Raiffaisen Board, Head of the front office for contacts with natural persons Roman Vorobiev pointed out. “We are also going to follow this good tradition aimed at publishing guides in future and hope that these guides will help our clients find a suitablerestaurant”.
The Moscow Times is a daily newspaper in the English language, whichserves as a basis for the business block of the editions by the companythe Independent Media– Sanoma Magazines. The newspaper occupies the leading position on Russia’s market press in foreign languages giving coverage to events in Russia and abroad. This business edition deserved respect owing to independent, accurate and reliable information. The Moscow Times also publishes a number of specialized editions dedicated to real estate (Real Estate Catalogue, Real Estate Quarterly), leisure time and entertainments (Moscow Guide), as well as to career and education (Jobs& Careers). In 2006 The Moscow Times formed an alliancewith the major international newspaper International Herald Tribune. Thedaily newspaper International Herald Tribune (IHT) has been published inMoscow since February, the 1st, 2006. It is delivered to subscribersfrom Monday till Friday early in the morning together with a free copyof The Moscow Times.
ZAO“Raiffeisenbank Austria” occupies the 9th position among Russia’s major banks in terms of the amount of assets according to the outcomes of the 3rd quarter of 2006 (The Center for Economic Analysis, Interfax). Nowadays, the Bank has 20 branches in Moscow, 5 branches in St.Petersburg, regional branches in Ekaterinburg, Samara, Novosibirsk, Chelyabinsk, Nizhny Novgorod, Krasnodar, Krasnoyarsk and Perm. Among Russia’s leading retail banks Raiffeisen occupies the 8th position in terms of the amount of credits for private persons and the 8thposition in terms of private deposits according to the outcomes of the 3rd quarter of 2006 (The Center for Economic Analysis, Interfax). Raiffeisenbank occupies the 9th position in terms of the amount of the corporate loan portfolio according to the outcomes of the 3rd quarter of 2006 (The Center for Economic Analysis, Interfax).
ZAO“Raiffeisenbank Austria” is an affiliate company of Raiffeisen International Bank Holding AG (Raiffeisen International); the Holding manages bank affiliates and affiliated leasing companies on 16 markets in Central and Eastern Europe. Over 2,700 branches render services to 11 mio. clients. Raiffeisen International is a completely consolidated affiliate company of Raiffeisen Zentralbank Austria AG (RZB) owning 70 percent of Holding’s common capital stock, the remaining 30 percent are in free circulation and traded on the Vienna Stock Exchange. Being the lead bank of the Raiffeisen Group, the largest banking group of Austria, RZB is the leading corporate and investment bank and the leading bank of Austria.