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Southern branch of Banca Intesa celebrates its 15th anniversary in Rostov-on-Don

Rostov-on-Don, May 24th, 2016. The Southern branch of Banca Intesa together with its earliest clients and partners celebrates the 15th anniversary of its fruitful work in Rostov-on-Don.

“15 years is a significant timeline for a bank working in the banking market of our country? During this time we have built a professional team, a wide client base and came to a dynamic business growth. I thank all of the clients and partners of the Southern branch for their trust and cooperation. We will go on servicing our clients on the highest level and contributing to the economic development of the region”, Head of the Southern branch of Banca Intesa Natalya Minzhulova said.

Banca Intesa received greetings from the Minister of Economic Development of Rostov Region Vladislav Yesin and the First Vice-President of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Rostov Region Alexey Kobilev.

Deputy Executive Officer of the Guarantee Fund of Rostov Region Lyudmila Tarasova during her address at the celebration event noted, that the Guarantee Fund had current agreements with 30 banks, but Banca Intesa is among top 5 of most active ones in terms of cooperation with the Fund. She expressed her hope for further growth of this cooperation.

In the South of Russia Banca Intesa operates in Rostov-on-Don, Krasnodar, Sochi and Volgograd. As at January 1st, 2016 the credit portfolio of the Southern branch amounts to RUR 6.2 bn, the number of current accounts of legal entities totals 2,700. The amount of credit products issued to SME in 2015 totals RUR 2.8 bn.

The credit portfolio of the Bank in the Rostov Region reaches RUR 1.6 bn, including RUR 0.8 bn lent to small and medium enterprise, and from 2011 to 2015 Banca Intesa in the Rostov Region lent more than RUR 2.6 bn to the small and medium business.

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