UniCredit Bank Serbia and Electrawinds Mali WF d.o.o, a Serbian subsidiary 100% owned by Belgian renewable energy producer Elicio, signed a long-term financing agreement in the total amount of EUR 9.8 million for the development, construction and operation of the … Continue reading
In the first six months of this year, NLB Group made a profit of €117.9m, which is €48.4m, or 70% more than in the same period last year. Good results of the NLB Group were also contributed by all affiliate … Continue reading
The renowned financial magazine “Global Finance” has rewarded Sberbank as the best in Central and Eastern Europe in three categories: “Best Bill Payment”, “Best Mobile Banking App”, and “Best SMS/Text Banking”.
A new Erste Bank Building at Milutina Milankovića 3a, in Belgrade was presented with a socialising at the barbecue party in a relaxed atmosphere.
Renowned international financial magazine Euromoney granted Banca Intesa the Best Bank in Serbia 2017 award as part of its traditional Awards for Excellence contest.
NLB Bank Belgrade announced the best organic producer projects at the sixth NLB Organic Competition and presented the authors of the award projects in the total amount of millions and six thousand dinars.
In order to keep pace with the requirements of its customers and adequately ensure that their needs are met, UniCredit Bank Serbia has focused on the digital transformation of its business through the promotion of m banking applications and the … Continue reading
Serbian citizens performed more than 650,000 online transactions in 2016 using Banca Intesa e-commerce services, and merchants recorded more than RSD 3.5 billion of turnover. Growth in the number of transactions by 66% and turnover by 53% compared to 2015 … Continue reading
Banca Intesa today launched the fifth annual Intesa Farmer competition for the most successful agricultural producers. Since 2013, the awards are presented in the categories of crop farming, livestock breeding, fruit and vegetable growing. As of last year, the bank … Continue reading
Net income for Q1 2017 was €901 million, above the quarterly quota of the €3.4 billion cash dividend commitment for 2017. Excluding contributions and other charges concerning the banking industry, net income was €1,183 million.