ArmInfo. Bank Anelik, after another audit, received from the British Institute of Standards (BSI) a new edition of the certificate of compliance of the bank's activities with the international quality management standards ISO 9001: 2015 and management of the information security system ISO 27001: 2013. The press service of the Bank informed ArmInfo about this.
The advantages of the new standard ISO 9001: 2015 are the provision of products and services in accordance with the needs of customers, legislative and other regulatory acts; increase customer satisfaction; full disclosure of risks and identification of preventive actions.
Certification ISO 27001: 2013 attests to the degree of protection of the personal data of the bank's customers and the increase of confidence in the bank, improving the efficiency of data processing and management efficiency. The information security management system is part of a general management system based on business risk assessment and is designed to develop, implement, monitor and improve information security mechanisms. This standard provides for the confidentiality, integrity and accessibility of information.
For the first time the Bank received a certificate of compliance with the international standards ISO 9001: 2015 in 2014, and ISO 27001: 2013 - in 2015.
Anelik Bank has been operating on the market since October 1996. After the additional share issue in November 2016, the membership of the Bank's shareholders changed - the entry of the Cypriot company FISTOCO LTD with a stake of 59.68% reduced the share of the former shareholder represented by the Lebanese Bank CreditBank S.A.L from 100% to 40.32%. Indirect majority shareholders are physical persons: Tarek J. Khalefe (CreditBank S.A.L) and Vartan Dilanyan (FISTOCO LTD).