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Bank Kuznetsky registers influx of legal entities, entrepreneurs

10:43 | 27.08.2015 | Society

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Penza, 27 August 2015. PenzaNews. The number of accounts opened by legal entities and individual entrepreneurs in the Penza Bank Kuznetsky increased by 1.9 times over the seven months of 2015.

Bank Kuznetsky registers influx of legal entities, entrepreneurs

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The bank had approximately 6,400 such accounts as of August, the press service of the bank informed PenzaNews agency.

“The summary cash turnover for client accounts over the seven months of 2015 has already exceeded 42 million rubles, 16.6% more than the same period last year,” they stressed.

The main feature of Bank Kuznetsky is a complex of cash account services for legal entities and entrepreneurs, such as extended work hours for cash and money transfers and a remote account management client.

A company or a businessman is able to open an account online using the bank website by filing a request that will be reviewed and finalized with a short visit to the pre-selected bank office. As a result, the client will only spend an average of 10 minutes to open the account.

As bank representatives noted, Bank Kuznetsky offers special services to the new company clients, that includes opening an account and creating a signature record file for free, as well as a 50-percent accounting services discount for first three months.

Bank Kuznetsky was founded as a limited liability company and registered by the Bank of Russia on October 26, 1990, under No. 609. On January 19, 2012, it was transformed into OJSC Bank Kuznetsky.

On January 14, 2005, OJSC Bank Kuznetsky was included into the register of banks that are enrolled in the compulsory deposit insurance system under No. 428. In July 2015, AK&M rating agency confirmed the bank credit rating at “B++” on the national scale with a “stable” outlook.

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