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14 May 2020.

In accordance with the Guarantee Scheme Regulation adopted by the Government of the Republic of Serbia, Eurobank is starting its activities related to granting of loans for financing liquidity and working capital. These loans are intended for micro, small and medium-sized companies, classified according to the accounting standards of the Republic of Serbia, granted for period up to 36 months, including a 9 to 12 months grace period. These loans can be used in RSD or Euros, at favourable interest rates.

„As a responsible company operating in the Serbian society, Eurobank is following recommendations of the relevant institutions to facilitate the fight against COVID-19 virus pandemic. In a situation where the economy is in the midst of the global crisis, through favourable loans, Eurobank is supporting SMEs and entrepreneurs, as they are crucial for the vitality of our economy“, said Slavica Pavlović, President of Executive Board of Eurobank.

Since the start of COVID-19 pandemic crisis, Eurobank has been making numerous efforts to support citizens and the economy of Serbia. Apart from introducing a 90-day moratorium on the repayment of loans, the Bank has adjusted its operations to the current situation in other ways. Eurobank has taken all preventive measures to reduce the possibility of further spread of the virus – from increased hygiene of all its retail branches and maximum implementation of all protection recommendations to recommendations for all clients to use m-banking, e-banking and ATMs for cash withdrawals. For citizens older than 65 years of age, The Bank has offered several benefits for their pension withdrawals which they could use, despite the ban on movement. As one of the leaders in CSR, Eurobank was among the first to help the most vulnerable, donating six million RSD for producing necessary medical equipment needed for saving lives in Serbia and supporting Serbian health care system.

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