With the desire to support young people and help them step into the new life period, UniCredit Bank created the first job offer that allows all those who are just starting their business career to be granted the permitted overdraft … Continue reading
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
Long-term partners, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and UniCredit Bank Serbia, presented the Women in Business programme at a press conference attended by a special advisor to the Deputy Prime Minister for Gender Equality, prof. Branka Drašković … Continue reading
In the year in which it marked the 15 years of successful business in Serbia, UniCredit Bank is moving to new premises and makes a comprehensive change of ways of doing everyday business activities, making another step on its way … Continue reading
European Investment Fund (EIF) and UniCredit signed an InnoFin agreement on guarantees to increase lending to innovative small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in eight countries. This transaction was supported by the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme for Research and Innovation and … Continue reading
Based on research conducted by Euromoney for 2017, UniCredit was named “Best provider of trade finance services,” in Central, Eastern, and Western Europe.
After the approval of the National Bank of Serbia, Željko Lazarac was appointed to the position of Chairman of the Executive Board of UniCredit Leasing Serbia doo.
“Digitisation is changing all industrial sectors, and one of the sectors that will be impacted the most in the near future is certainly the financial sector. Shoppers are accustomed to using their mobile phones for payments and other transactions and … Continue reading
Aware of the importance of solving the housing problem in the life of every man, UniCredit Bank is to mark 15 years of operations in Serbia, offering special conditions for all customers who choose to provide home using housing loans … Continue reading
According to data from the “Assess Financial Survey” conducted by the IMF, in 2015 the number of ATMs per million inhabitants in Croatia has exceeded 1220, 1160 in Bulgaria, 680 in Romania, 600 in Macedonia, while in Serbia the number … Continue reading