1988 - Bulgarian state-owned Bulgarian Foreign Trade Bank AD and USSR national bank Vnesheconombank establish the financial company Bulgarsovinvest.
May 6, 1994 - Bulgarsovinvest transforms into Corporate Commercial Bank (CCB) AD. CCB AD received a bank licence, issued by the Bulgarian National Bank, on Jan 21, 1994.
1996 - Bulbank AD (former Bulgarian Foreign Trade Bank AD) becomes majority shareholder with a 99.99% stake in CCB AD.
June 2000 - Bulbank AD sells its stake in CCB AD to ten foreign companies.
2002 - Bulgarian financial company Bromak EOOD acquires a 10% stake in CCB AD.
June 2006 - Bromak EOOD acquires a 89.21% stake in the bank through capital increases.
June 18, 2007 - CCB AD lists on the Bulgarian Stock Exchange (BSE).
Oct 12, 2007 - The bank sets up its Bulgarian investment management subsidiary KTB Asset Management AD.
Mar 6, 2008 - CCB AD acquires a 25% stake in local consultancy company FARA Consult OOD.
Sept, 8, 2008 - The bank's shares are transferred to the offical segment B of the BSE.
Mar 25, 2009 - Luxembourg-based Bulgarian Acquisition Company II S.a.r.L. buys a 30% stake in CCB AD through the BSE.
June 2014 - The Bulgarian National Bank places CCB AD under three-month supervision over risk of insolvency.
Nov 6, 2014 - Bulgaria's central bank revokes the licence of CCB AD.
Apr 22, 2015 - The Sofia District Court declares CCB AD bankrupt.
May 26, 2016 - CCB AD delists from the Bulgarian Stock Exchange (Stock Symbol: 6C9; ISIN: BG1100129052).
Last updated on June 11, 2019.