Payment of old foreign currency savings bonds starts in Eurobank EFG
30 May 2011.
As the official agent of the Serbian Government, Eurobank EFG services payment of this year’s installment of old foreign currency savings bonds maturing as of May 31.
As in previous years, Eurobank EFG is fully prepared for the payment of the matured installment of old foreign currency savings bonds, which starts on May 31. Funds have been provided from the budget of the Republic of Serbia and all clients who submit valid documents will be serviced upon presenting a valid personal document (ID, refugee’s ID, dislocated person’s ID, or passport) and an account statement from the Serbian Securities Depository and Clearing House.
An additional document will be required only from clients whose matured installment exceeds the amount of EUR 5,000, as well as from clients who have not withdrawn their bonds of the Republic of Serbia in the last two years.
Beside an identification document, an owner of bonds also submits some of additional documents, while an authorised person also submits a copy of an owner’s identification document.
Documents acceptable for this purpose are: passport, driver’s license, valid medical insurance card, latest pension cheque, phone, electricity or utility bill from the previous month.
A’vista savings – Free Savings – is an excellent choice for clients who decide to continue saving. A benefit of a Free Savings account is an attractive interest rate on funds available to a client at any moment, with maximum safety and no additional costs. Clients who do not have a Free Savings account can open one on the spot in any of more than 100 Eurobank EFG branches across Serbia.
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.