Eurobank offers transfer of due installment of frozen bonds, without waiting
19 April 2013.
Belgrade, April 19th, 2013 – As the official agent of the Government of the Republic of Serbia, Eurobank a.d. Beograd will this year as well service payments of the due bonds of the Republic of Serbia based on the old foreign currency savings, maturing as of May 31, 2013.
Wishing to make the procedure of managing funds based on the bonds of the Republic of Serbia from the old foreign currency savings as simple and fast as possible, Eurobank offers a special benefit to the bond owners – issuance of an order for the transfer of the due bonds on a savings account, thus saving clients’ time and providing them with an additional revenue.
A savings account is an excellent choice for clients wishing to have funds at disposal at any time and also have additional revenue, based on the interest on the savings deposit.
Clients who do not have a savings account can open it in any of 100 Eurobank branches across Serbia.
A bond owner can give an order for the transfer of the due bonds to a savings account in the nearest Bank branch 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.
As before, funds have been provided from the budget of the Republic of Serbia and all clients who submit valid documents will be serviced.
Eurobank also provides all interested citizens with an opportunity to get answers to all questions via a special option at www.eurobank.rs or by dialling toll-free Euro PHONE 0800 1111 44, whereas their Personal Banker can provide them with additional information in relation to frozen bonds payment.