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18.02.2005

Center-invest started a new office in Kropotkin.

On the 18th of February Bank Center-invest started its second office in Krasnodar region. New additional office in Kropotkin will grant a full range of modern banking services: payment settlements and cash services, deposits, credits, plastic cards and money transfers to enterprises and citizens of the city.

Citizens will be able to use both a wide spectrum of deposits (including those with drawings of domestic equipment, cellular phones and computers) and credit services for the purchase of durable goods, car loans and mortgages. Besides standard banking services, Center-invest offers financial instruments for technical re-equipment both to large enterprises and SMEs – these instruments include long-term credits, leasing for the purchase of agricultural machinery and equipment.

Seminar “Doubling of business with Bank Center-invest” was dated to the start of new Center-invest office.

Head of City Administration, Chairman of interregional Chamber of Commerce and Industry of city of Kropotkin, representatives of European Business Association, directors of SMEs took part in the seminar.

Chairman of the Board of OJSC Credit Bank Center-invest A. Cherenkov introduced the program of bank’s clients business doubling to the participants of the conference.

The main point of the program is that business of Center-invest’s clients is growing and developing successfully together with the Bank due to the use of modern banking technologies and long-term sources of financing.

Director of the Krasnodar bank branch V. Gaponov told the clients about the advantages of Center-invest in the sphere of technologies of payment settlements and cash services of external economic and interregional operations for SMEs.

Successful work of Krasnodar branch of Center-invest bank is reflected in its financial showings: the volume of deposits grew five times in a year’s time and exceeded RUR 51 mln, total volume of loans and leasing grew three times to the amount of over RUR 400 mln.