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4 June 2020.

For the sixth year in a row Eurobank is the Most Active Issuing Bank in Serbia

European Bank for Reconstruction and Development’s (EBRD) Trade Facilitation Programme (TFP) has rewarded Eurobank as the Most Active Issuing Bank in 2019 in Serbia. Eurobank joined the EBRD's Trade Facilitation Programme in 2011 and since then has been providing strong support to Serbian entrepreneurship, export-oriented companies, international trade, and development of the country's production base.

"We are very proud that Eurobank is the winner of the EBRD Award for the Most Active Issuing Bank in the Trade Facilitation Programme this year as well. This award is yet another confirmation of Eurobank’s commitment to providing a long-term support to the development of Serbian corporate sector and continuous enhancement of cooperation with international financial partners. International trade and exchange are very important preconditions for the growth of Serbian economy, as well as for the expansion of our clients' business", said Milan Vićentić, a member of Executive Board and Head of Corporate Banking Division in Eurobank.

“We would like to use this opportunity to congratulate Eurobank Serbia to the successful development of their trade finance business and their readiness to support a high number of foreign trade transactions of importers and exporters in Serbia”, said Rudolf Putz, Head of EBRD’s Trade Facilitation Programme (TFP).
Since starting its operations in Serbia, EBRD has invested about 5 billion euros in over 230 projects across the country, mainly focusing on the financial sector, industry, trade, agriculture, energy and infrastructure. Eurobank is awarded as the Most Active Issuing Bank Award in Serbia for the sixth year in a row within EBRD TFP programme.

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