GLOBEX bank offers “Winter reserve” deposit to clients
Penza, 1 December 2014. PenzaNews. Penza clients of GLOBEX bank (Vneshekonombank group) are able to open a new deposit titled “Winter reserve” with the highest interest in the current deposit line.
As the press service of the bank informed PenzaNews agency, the deposit may be made for 185 days in rubles, dollars and euros.
“Interest rate is set at 11% for ruble deposits, 4.30% for dollar deposits and 4.10% for euro deposits. The required minimal deposit capital is 100,000 rubles or 2,000 dollars/euros. The client will be unable to make partial withdrawals or additions, and the deposit may not be prolonged,” GLOBEX bank clarified.
According to the press service, the offer is available until January 31, 2015.
According to the manager of “Povolzhsky” branch of GLOBEX bank Vladimir Averin, “Winder reserve” is a ways to help their clients in the New Year eve.
“We are glad to offer a profitable and timely service to our clients – the ‘Winter reserve’ deposit that will protect their money in a government-supported bank,” he noted.
GLOBEX bank was founded in 1992. 99.99% of its shares are owned by the State Corporation “Bank for Development and Foreign Economic Affairs (Vnesheconombank).” CBR license No. 1942.
One of the priority areas of the bank, which provides all the basic operations on the market of financial services, is providing real economy credits.
GLOBEX bank is included in the register of banks that participate in the obligatory deposit insurance program, and received high ratings from international rating agencies. In particular, Fitch affirmed its long- and short-term bank issuer default rating in foreign currency at “BB / B,” resilience rating “b,” support rating “3” and a long-term rating “AA-(rus)” according to the nation-based scale.
The network of branches of GLOBEX includes 66 offices that are located in Moscow, St. Petersburg, Samara, Tolyiatti, Nizhny Novgorod, Novosibirsk, Rostov-on-Don, Perm, Krasnodar, Tomsk, Syzran, Saratov, Penza, Barnaul, Iskitim, Dimitrovgrad and Balakovo.