The Albanian Association of Banks (AAB), created originally as the Albanian Bankers Club (in March 1999), is now the unified voice of the banking industry in Albania with 16 commercial banks, with assets worth around 9 billion Euros, and about 6800 employees.

Through a combination of the experience, insight and expertise, and valuable human resources of its members, and the collaboration with national and international organizations and institutions, AAB aims at the better presenting and improving banking and financial services of member banks, increasing the potential of their human resources, and making the banking system in Albania more successful.

AAB – Albanian Association of Banks – Introduction (2016)

March 31, 1999

June 15, 2017

The Albanian Bankers Club was established.

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March 27, 2001

June 15, 2017

The Albanian Bankers Club is transformed into the Albanian Association of Banks (AAB).

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December 12, 2002

June 15, 2017

The first technical committees start gathering (such as Operacional Committee, Financial Committee and Legal Committee).

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March 26, 2003

June 15, 2017

The estabilishment of AAB Secretariat as a separate body and in march 2005 for the first time a Secretary General (Mr. Elvin Meka) is appointed.

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April 23, 2003

June 15, 2017

AAB is accepted as “Associate Member” of the European Banking Federation ( EBF) In Brussels.

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October 2009

June 15, 2017

Ms. Endrita Xhaferaj is appointed as the Secretary General of AAB.

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October 2011

June 15, 2017

AAB publishes the first issue of the magazine “Bankieri”, a periodical bilingual publication of the Association with quarterly frequency.

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April 2016

June 15, 2017

Mr Spiro Brumbulli is appointed as the Secretary General of the Albanian Association of Banks (AAB).

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January 2017

July 15, 2017

AAB is represented with a new logo. Three coins, inter-connected to one another, representing the unity of banking market development interests, are stamped at the AAB logo.

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