ArmInfo. On March 20, the official opening of the "Pushkin" branch of VTB Bank (Armenia) was held on the street Pushkin 3/1. Here, in order to improve the conditions for servicing an increasing number of clients, he moved from ul. Nalbandyan 46 VTB Bank head office servicing department (Armenia).
According to the press service of the Bank, the General Director-Chairman of the Directorate of VTB Bank (Armenia) Ivan Telegin and the Member of the Board of the Central Bank of Armenia Oleg Aghasyan solemnly cut the ribbon in the presence of guests, clients and employees of the Bank.
The guests were presented with a modern spacious branch equipped with the latest equipment and having all the necessary facilities for the fastest and most comfortable customer service. For this purpose, the Pushkin branch operates an electronic queue system, a cozy waiting area with Internet access, meeting rooms. And especially for visitors with young children a play area is set up in which children can spend time cheerfully and profitably in anticipation of their parents.
The Pushkin branch provides a full range of services for private clients, as well as settlement and cash services for corporate clients, small and medium-sized businesses. In addition, the Bank's clients can personally conduct bank transactions in the 24/7 mode in the self-service zone. The self-service zone is equipped with an ATM and a payment terminal, so that customers can replenish bank/card accounts, deposits, withdraw money, repay loans, make payments at any time. Also, customers of the Pushkin branch are given the opportunity to safely store their valuables in depository cells.
VTB Bank (Armenia) CJSC became a participant in the international financial group VTB in April 2004. At present, VTB Bank, the second largest bank in Russia, owns 100% of VTB Bank (Armenia). The Bank is traditionally one of the leaders of the banking system of the Republic of Armenia in terms of key indicators. VTB Bank (Armenia) holds the first place in the coverage of the branch network - 67 units with presence both in the capital and in all regions of the country.