Mar 28, 1991 - The Bulgarian Central Cooperative Union and local cooperative organisations establish Central Cooperative Bank OOD.
Oct 15, 1992 - Central Cooperative Bank OOD is transformed into a joint stock company.
Mar 4, 1999 - The bank is listed on the Bulgarian Stock Exchange.
2002 - Bulgarian holding company Chimimport AD acquires a 32.77% stake in Central Cooperative Bank AD.
2004 - The bank doubles its issued capital to BGN 32.340 mln and Bulgaria-based CCB Group Assets Management EAD (CCB Group EAD) becomes majority shareholder.
Feb 28, 2008 - The bank acquires a 62.57% stake in Macedonia's Sileks Banka AD Skopje and later changes its name to Central Cooperative Bank AD Skopje.
2010 - Central Cooperative Bank AD acquires a 93.79% stake in Macedonia's Stater Banka AD Kumanovo. On Jan 3, 2011 Stater Banka AD Kumanovo merges with Central Cooperative Bank AD Skopje and ceases to exist as a separate legal entity.
2011 - The bank acquires a 18% stake in the Bulgarian television and radio broadcaster Bulgaria On Air OOD.
2011 - Central Cooperative Bank AD acquires a 100% stake in the Bulgarian investment company CCB Assets Management EAD.
2012 - The bank acquires a majority stake in the Russian bank ZAO AKB TatInvestBank. In March 2014 ZAO AKB TatInvestBank changes its name to ZAO IK Bank.
November 2014 - Central Cooperative Bank AD acquires the consumer loans and credit cards portfolio of local Commercial Bank Victoria EAD.
Mar 13, 2019 - Bulgarian pension fund Saglasie AD acquires an additional 6.98% stake in Central Cooperative Bank AD.
Last updated on June 11, 2019.