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ProCredit Bank is pleased to start the New Year by opening the Agmashenebeli Branch

29/01/2014 09:13 (84 Day 17:58 minutes ago)

The FINANCIAL -- As part of the branch renovation project, the former Station Branch at 18 Tamar Mepe Avenue was moved into a newly refurbished building at 154 Agmashenebeli Avenue.



The new branch is the largest ProCredit Bank branch in Tbilisi . Comprising the entire first floor of the former head office, the 376 m2 space will house the bank’s Operational and Credit Departments as well as meeting rooms designed to create a comfortable consultation environment for our customers.

The former Station Branch has been providing banking services since 1999 to more than 4,000 clients.

The attractive, modern interior of the building provides a pleasant atmosphere in which our clients can conduct their banking business. The Self-Service Area located inside the entrance to the branch allows 24-hour access to terminals at which certain banking transactions can be made, such as transfers, cash deposits and withdrawals. 

The renovated Agmashenebeli Branch will be open to customers from 9:30 am - 5:00 pm Monday to Friday, and from 10:00 am - 2:00 pm on Saturday.

ProCredit Bank will continue to renovate the remaining branches throughout 2014 and improve its banking services.

“After ProCredit Bank opened its new head office, the first floor of the former head office was renovated to accommodate the Agmashenebeli Branch, which was designed in line with modern standards. We are pleased to announce that starting from the New Year, high-quality services will be available to customers at the new address”, said Zaal Melikia, Manager of the Agmashenebeli Branch.

“The new building is tailored to the “One-Stop Banking” concept, which allows customers to conduct all of their banking business with one Client Adviser. Customers can now benefit from fast services, both loan- and non-loan-based, at one location, and thus save a lot of time”, said NATO Barbakadze, Coordinator of the Private Client’s Department of Agmashenebeli Branch.



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