These partners are the main financial supporters of the IRE.
Kapsch TrafficCom is an international supplier of innovative traffic telematic solutions. The company develops and delivers primarily electronic toll free-flow traffic and offers technical and commercial operation of these systems. In addition Kapsch TrafficCom offers traffic management solutions focusing on traffic safety and control, electronic access systems and parking management systems. With approximately 260 references in 41 countries on all five continents, and with almost 44 million delivered on-board units (OBUs) and 18,000 equipped lanes, Kapsch TrafficCom has positioned itself among the leading suppliers of ETC systems worldwide. Kapsch TrafficCom is headquartered in Vienna, Austria, and has subsidiaries and representative offices in 25 countries.
Benn-Ibler was founded in March 2010 by experienced, highly-reputed commercial lawyers. The establishment of the firm was driven by the partners’ determination to provide their clients with highest-quality, direct, personal service. Benn-Ibler’s lean organizational structure makes it possible to build internal teams for the efficient solution of specific problems as needed. The firm’s office in Vienna at Universitätsring 14, functions as an international competence centre that handles our clients’ everyday legal matters as well as their cross-border transactions. Benn-Ibler’s field of practice comprises all areas of commercial law. Our core areas are corporate, M&A, finance, restructuring, regulations, infrastructure, energy, real estate law and advice in dispute resolution.
Komercijalna banka a.d. Beograd
Komercijalna banka (full legal name: Komercijalna banka a.d. Beograd) is a bank founded in 1970 with headquarters in Belgrade, Serbia. It has a network of 251 branches all over Serbia. It is also the founder and 100% stake owner of Komercijalna banka Budva operating in Montenegro for more than 20 years.The bank has also operated in Bosnia and Herzegovina through its local subsidiary Komercijalna banka Banja Luka since 2006.Two of the bank’s biggest stakeholders are the Government of Serbia with 42.6% and European Bank for Reconstruction and Development with 25%.
Internationale Salzburg Association
Since the mid-20th century, Salzburg has become a place of international encounter. Personalities from economics, culture and politics from around the world have made an important contribution to the cosmopolitan position of Salzburg. The ISA was founded in 1982 by Governor Dr. Wilfried Haslauer Senior.
The association is a platform for friends and supporters of Salzburg from around the world who particularly appreciate the region of Salzburg and regard themselves as “Salzburg lovers”.