Order to transfer funds before payment of old foreign currency savings bonds
4 April 2011.
Transfer of matured installment of old foreign currency savings, without waiting
Belgrade, April 4th, 2011 – As the official agent of the Serbian Government, Eurobank EFG starts with the payment of this year’s installment of the A2011 series bonds on May 31.
Wishing to make the procedure of transactions per old foreign currency savings bonds of the Republic of Serbia as simple as possible, as in previous years, Eurobank EFG provides owners of securities accounts with an opportunity to come to the nearest Bank branch as of today and give an order for transfer of the matured installment of the A2011 series of old foreign currency savings to a Free Savings account, thus saving time and achieving additional income.
By giving a transfer order, funds will be automatically transferred to a Free Savings account on May 31 and be free for disposal or further savings, as per client’s preference. An additional special benefit of a Free Savings account is that clients who transfer the matured installment of old foreign currency savings to this account will get a highly attractive interest rate for their funds as of May 31, 2011. In addition, funds will be at their disposal at any moment, with maximum security and no additional costs.
If a client does not have a Free Savings account, s/he can open it on the spot, when giving a transfer order.
An order for transfer of the matured old savings installment to a Free Savings account can be given only by the owner of old savings bonds. It is necessary to submit a document on the account status at the Central Securities Register and a valid identification document (ID, passport, refugee ID, dislocated person ID).
Eurobank EFG has also offered to all interested citizens to get answers to all questions from a Savings Adviser and additional information regarding the old foreign currency savings payment via a special option at www.eurobankefg.rs/savetnikzastednju
or by dialling toll-free Euro PHONE 0800 1111 44.