Albania Leasing is a non-bank financial institution, licensed by the Bank of Albania, to perform the activity of Financial Leasing.
Albania Leasing is an investment of important national and international institutions:
The Islamic Corporation for the Development of the Private Sector (ICD) is a multilateral development financial institution and is part of the Islamic Development Bank (IDB) Group.
ICD was established in November 1999 to support the economic development of its member countries through the provision of finance for private sector projects, promoting competition and entrepreneurship, providing advisory services to the governments and encouraging cross border investments. ICD has an authorized capital of $2 billion of which $1.0 billion is available for subscription. Currently, the shareholders of ICD are the IDB (45%), 52 Member countries (46%) and five public financial institutions (9%).
ICD’s mandate encourages the establishment, expansion and modernization of the private sector through financing enterprises or projects. The projects are selected on the basis of their contribution to economic development considering factors such as employment creation and contribution to exports. ICD also provides advisory services to governments and private sector entities on policies related to more efficient operations of the sector as well as those related to development of capital markets and to the best business practices. Finally, ICD operates to complement the activities of the IDB in member countries and also that of international financial institutions.
Banka Kombëtare Tregtare (NCB), with today’s name, was established in January 1993, after the merging of the Albanian Commercial Bank (ACB) and the National Bank of Albania (NBA). Actually NCB is the largest and the oldest commercial bank in Albania. From 2011 and on, BKT keeps expanding its market share becoming the largest bank in terms of retail banking and increases its market share in all other segments.
EMEA Finance and Euromoney evaluate BKT as The Best Bank in Albania for 2012, while JCR-ER assigns AA(Alb) for Corporate Governance. 2013 becomes the most successful year of BKT, gathering the three most prestigious awards in banking from EMEA Finance, Euromoney and The Banker as The Best Bank in Albania, while BKT’s CEO is awarded by EMEA Finance as “The CEO of the Year in Europe”.
Since the first nylon production in Korea in 1957, KOLON Industries, Inc., formerly KOLON Corporation, has made a significant contribution to national economic growth, and is now an independent company separated from the Manufacturing Department of KOLON Corporation after the adoption of a holding company structure by the KOLON Group in 2010.Focusing on the four major business divisions, namely, industrial materials, chemical, films/electronic materials, and fashion, the company has become a leader in each industry.
To become a top global chemical and materials company, KOLON Industries, Inc. is planning to globalize its businesses of automotive materials, advanced materials, optical films, chemical and fashion industries by increasing investment in high value products. KOLON Industries, Inc. will continue to embrace change and innovation. By becoming a better, stronger industrial leader, the company will be able to make bigger contributions to its shareholders and community.
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