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ProCredit Bank Business Centre in Banja Luka at new location

July 9, 2014



ENP Newswire - 09 July 2014

Release date- 07072014 - Effective immediately, ProCredit Bank will be operating at Mladena Stojanovica 119 in Banja Luka.

At this location, Very Small, Small and Medium businesses clients, as well as private clients, will have access to all services offered by ProCredit Bank such as payments, savings, cards, e-Banking, loans, documentary business, etc.

'Business Centres make it possible for clients to satisfy all their banking needs at one location. Clients of ProCredit Bank will be able to talk to their client adviser and receive any information they require all in the comfort of the new Business Centre. By taking advantage of the services offered at the new location, which is situated outside of the commercial centre of Banja Luka, clients will be able to avoid the city rush. Apart from the adequate parking available, the new Business Centre is easily accessible from all major roads to Banja Luka' said Davor Maksimovic, Banja Luka Branch Manager.

In addition to the Business Centre, ProCredit Bank also has its location at Brace Potkonjaka 4 where an ATM is also available. Another ATM is available in the city centre at Kralja Petra I Karadordevica.

ProCredit Bank is the only bank in Bosnia and Herzegovina with 100% German capital in the country and has been operating for the past 16 years. Throughout the years, the bank has been firmly committed to serving entrepreneurs and has actively worked to establish long-term relationships with its clients. By providing loans to very, small and medium-sized businesses, ProCredit Bank strongly stimulates the growth of companies working in the field of manufacturing and processing. Furthermore, ProCredit helps these companies to make investments in energy efficiency. ProCredit Bank's business network covers major industrial and trade centres across the country.


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Source: ENP Newswire


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