Sberbank Serbia became Our AIK Bank, News
Sberbank Serbia officially changed its name to Naša AIK Banka and thus became a part of the domestic banking group led by AIK Banka.
The President of the Executive Board of AIK Bank Jelena Galić expressed satisfaction with the fact that Sberbank Serbia has become part of AIK Bank and pointed out that AIK Bank has once again confirmed its commitment to further growth, strengthening stability and responsible business.
“Stability and a strong capital base are clear indicators of our success, as well as the great security we provide to clients and savers. That is exactly what was confirmed by the decision of the National Bank of Serbia, by which AIK Bank received the consent to take over Sberbank Serbia “, said Galić, reports Tanjug.
She is convinced that the upcoming integration process will be successfully completed and that this business synergy will be of great importance for AIK Bank’s clients, employees and the entire banking system.
Having become a part of AIK Bank, now the former Sberbank Serbia continues its business without connections with previous shareholders, it is stated in the announcement.
“Thanks to this consolidation, Our AIK Bank will continue to operate stably, liquidly and very successfully. The savings of all clients and their funds on the accounts in our bank are additionally insured in this way. All our services, applications and services continue to function as before, clients continue to use their payment and credit cards as before “, explained the President of the Executive Board of Naša AIK Bank Vladimir Bošković.
In accordance with the above, the change of branding of all branches has begun, and in the coming days the bank will continue to harmonize and apply the new visual identity, as well as further integration with the new owner – AIK Bank, Politika reports.
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