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Eurobank a.d. Beograd receives EBRD trade finance award

13 May 2016.

EBRD’s TFP honours as the most active issuing bank in Serbia

Eurobank a.d. Beograd receives EBRD trade finance award
The EBRD’s Trade Facilitation Programme (TFP) has named Eurobank a.d. Beograd the most active issuing bank in Serbia in 2015, for the second time consecutive. Eurobank has been operating in the country since 2003 and is ranked among the leading foreign investors and financial institutions in Serbia.
Eurobank a.d. Beograd is part of the Eurobank Group, a European banking organisation with total assets of €73.6 billion, 16,990 employees and a network of more than 900 branches in Greece and abroad.
Eurobank joined the TFP in 2011 and since then has supported the export and import operations of their clients.
Daniel Berg, EBRD Director for Serbia, said: “For the second year running, Eurobank has been named the most active issuing bank in Serbia, underlining its commitment to promoting trade in Serbia and the wider region. Cross-border trade means cross-border economic integration, and cross-border integration is one of the EBRD’s strategic priorities.”
Slavica Pavlovic, Deputy President of the Executive Board, Eurobank a.d. Beograd, said: "We are honoured to receive this prestigious award again, because it confirms our commitment to supporting the activities of our clients in international trade. We are very satisfied with our overall cooperation with the EBRD and look forward to continuing and further expanding it for the benefit of our clients and the Serbian economy.”
Launched in 1999, the TFP aims to promote foreign trade and currently includes over 100 partner banks in 26 of the countries where the EBRD invests, with limits exceeding €1.5 billion in total and more than 800 confirming banks worldwide.
Since the start of its operations in Serbia, the EBRD has invested around €4 billion in over 190 projects across the country. The Bank invests in the financial sector, industry, commerce, agribusiness, energy and infrastructure.
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