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Krayinvestbank Opens In the Crimea
16.04.2014 14:03
 Krayinvestbank Opens In the Crimea
(Source: http://www.nrb.su/nrb/article/2056)

The Russian Krayinvestbank opens its branches in the Crimea.

      The branch opening is scheduled for Thursday. But the bank has not yet decided exactly which city will host the representative office. According to the source, the first branch of Krayinvestbank may appear in Simferopol or Feodosia. The Bank does not comment on this information. As the periodical clarifies, “Russian National Commercial Bank” has already started work in the Crimea last week, having opened its 21st branch in the peninsula. As the newspaper explained, the new bank branches opened in offices of Sberbank, VTB, and “Bank of Moscow” that stopped their work in the Crimea. The first commercial bank – the capital “GenBank” - started its work on the peninsula. “It has opened two branches: in Sevastopol and Simferopol.


Sources: http://gazeta.ru 


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Krayinvestbank Crimea    

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